Hen­ry Kissinger death: Promi­nent fig­ures and social media react

For­mer Sec­re­tary of State Hen­ry Kissinger died on Thurs­day at age 100, lead­ing to an out­pour­ing of respons­es from promi­nent fig­ures and on social media.
The diplo­mat­ic giant made many friends and ene­mies over his long career, which shaped the Cold War and the lat­ter half of the 20th cen­tu­ry.
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“Amer­i­ca has lost one of the most depend­able and dis­tinc­tive voic­es on for­eign affairs with the pass­ing of Hen­ry Kissinger,” for­mer Pres­i­dent George W. Bush said in a state­ment, obtained by Reuters. “I have long admired the man who fled the Nazis as a young boy from a Jew­ish fam­i­ly, then fought them in the Unit­ed States Army. When he lat­er became sec­re­tary of state, his appoint­ment as a for­mer refugee said as much about his great­ness as it did Amer­i­ca’s great­ness.”
“He worked in the admin­is­tra­tions of two pres­i­dents and coun­seled many more. I am grate­ful for that ser­vice and advice, but I am most grate­ful for his friend­ship,” he added. “Lau­ra and I will miss his wis­dom, h …