Sunday, November 14, 2010

George W. Bush talks with the Washington Examiner

Former President George W. Bush sat down with the Washington Examiner's senior political analyist Michael Barone to talk about his just-released book, "Decision Points." Mr. Barone's column is in today's edition:
George W. Bush is sitting on a hotel sofa in front of a south-facing window on a sunny November morning. His presidential memoir “Decision Points” is No. 1 on and is expected to be No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list. “I’ve got a very comfortable life,” he says.
A discussion then followed as the former president talked about decisions made during his war-time presidency. At this point in the book tour, it's difficult to follow so many other interviews but this is a good read at the WaEx.

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