Younger Bush Speaks at Grandfather's Library

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First, it was former President Bush's daughter Doro. Now, it's Mr. Bush's grandson that has made a speech at his library.

George P. Bush, the son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, spoke Friday evening on the role of American youth in volunteerism, political action and community affairs.

Bush currently works for a Dallas-based real estate investment partnership.

"When I think of leadership, I think of a quote from Isaac Newton, and that is, 'If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulders of giants,'" Bush said. "And for me, my family are those giants because they are literally gigantic in terms of their leadership."

The young Bush is active in the Republican Party, and might be best known for his work on the campaign trail for his uncle, the President, back in 2004.