Former US President George HW Bush is to remain in hospital for "a few more days of observation", his spokesman says.
The 92-year-old was readmitted to hospital with pneumonia last week, the second time this year America's oldest ex-president has been admitted to the hospital in Huston.
In a statement the former US President is described as being in "good spirits" and "resting comfortably" in hospital, where he will remain for a "few more days of observation".
The statement also said that his medical team "hope to discharge him by the end of the week".
In January, Mr Bush was hospitalised for more than two weeks after developing pneumonia.
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George H.W. Bush is now breathing on his own after a breathing tube was removed on Friday, according to a family spokesman.
The former US President has spent nearly a week at a Houston hospital where he is being treated for pneumonia.
Bush, who at 92 is the nation's oldest living ex-president, watched the inauguration of President Donald Trump from the intensive care unit at Houston Methodist Hospital.
Former first lady Barbara Bush, 91, was admitted to the same hospital on Wednesday as a precaution after experiencing fatigue and coughing.
The spokesman added that she is being treated for bronchitis and is expected to remain in the hospital over the weekend as a precaution.
Former President, George Bush Senior, has offered his congratulations to Donald Trump.
Mr Bush, who did not endorse Mr Trump as the Republican Party nominee, said the president-elect and his family were in his "prayers".
Mr Bush tweeted: "Barbara and I congratulate @realDonaldTrump, wish him well as he guides America forward as our next President. His family is in our prayers."
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Former US president George HW Bush has said he is "deeply saddened" to learn of the death of King Abdullah, who he describes as a "dear friend and partner".
In a statement, he said: "As President, I found His Majesty always to be a wise and reliable ally, helping out nations build on a strategic relationship and enduring friendship".
Former US President George Bush Snr has been released from hospital in Houston, Texas after being admitted on Tuesday.
A statement from his office said: "He is now resting at home, grateful to the doctors and nurses for their superb care."
Former US President George Bush Snr remains hospitalised near his home in Houston after experiencing shortness of breath this week but is "doing well", his spokesman said.
Bush, 90, was taken by ambulance to Houston Methodist Hospital on Tuesday.
Spokesman Jim McGrath said yesterday that the 41st president's prognosis was positive and that he remained hospitalised as a precaution.
The former Republican president suffers from Parkinson's disease and cannot use his legs, but he celebrated his 90th birthday in June by skydiving with a US Army parachute team.
George Bush Snr is being kept under observation as a "precaution" after struggling to breathe, his spokesman Jim McGrath said.
The 90-year-old was taken by ambulance to Houston Methodist Hospital on Tuesday evening.
It is the same hospital where he spent nearly two months in January 2013 after treatment for a bronchitis-related cough and other health issues.
Bush, who can no longer use his legs, most recently appeared seated in a wheelchair at an event in November at Texas A&M University with his son, former President George W. Bush.
Former US president George Bush Snr has been hospitalised at the age of 90 after experiencing a shortness of breath, a spokesman said.
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