President Bush flew to the Camp David, Md., presidential retreat for a weekend with his parents and his twin daughters, who were cited this week for allegedly violating Texas alcoholic beverage laws. The White House said it was a long-scheduled family get-together.
Bush spent part of the day in Boston at the funeral of Rep. John Joseph Moakley (D-Mass.). He was accompanied by his parents--the former president and former First Lady Barbara Bush. On returning to Washington, they flew to Maryland.
The twins, Jenna and Barbara, 19, were to join the family for the rededication of a Camp David chapel.
Jenna was cited in Austin, Texas, on Thursday for allegedly attempting to buy alcohol with false identification, and her sister was cited for being a minor allegedly in possession of alcohol.