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Clay Johnson Catches A Ride

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Given how much work Clay Johnson did to handle the transition from Bush to Obama, it seems only fair that he got to hop former President Bush's plane out of Washington. Johnson's originally from Texas, and involved in the art and museum scenes there. I don't know if he'll be returning to Texas permanently, but he can probably give a pretty good tour of the Texas State History Museum, which he helped found, if other Bush confidants are looking for entertainment while in the Lone Star State.

 
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