Legendary comedian and showman Bob Hope (search), who traveled the globe performing for millions of American troops stationed overseas through four wars, has died. He was 100.

His longtime publicist said Hope died Sunday night of pneumonia, while surrounded by his family at home in Toluca Lake, Calif.

He is survived by his wife, Delores Reade Hope, his four children, Linda, Anthony, Honora and William Kelly Francis, and four grandchildren.

President Bush joined the nation in mourning the death of the comedian. "Today the nation lost a great citizen," the president said. Bob Hope made us laugh and he lifted our spirits,” Bush said Monday as he boarded Air Force One en route to Pittsburgh.

We’ll get reaction to the passing of an American legend from Tom O'Neil, senior correspondent for In Touch Weekly and Dr. Joyce Brothers.

About the Show:

DaySide with Linda Vester, FOX News Channel's brand new daytime talk show, takes you beyond the headlines for a closer look at the stories that newsmakers and your neighbors are talking about.

To be part of the LIVE studio audience click here or please call: 1-887-FOX-TKTS (1-877-369-8587).

Plus, we want your feedback: Send your comments to dayside@foxnews.com.

DaySide with Linda Vester airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET. You won't want to miss it!