W Breaks Silence on O

W Breaks Silence on O

Since leaving the White House in January of 2009, former President George W. Bush has continued the tradition followed by most outgoing chief executives and refrained from publicly criticizing his successor.

Notable exceptions to the rule have been marked by outspoken criticism from Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, who both have been quoted numerous times in their public opposition to the policies of sitting presidents.

This weekend in a closed-door meeting in Las Vegas, Bush crossed the threshold of silence. While meeting with Republican Jewish Coalition, Bush roundly criticized the administration on the nuclear deal with Iran calling it ‘naive,’ the Bloomberg View reports.

Wondering aloud whether the Iranian regime can really be trusted, Bush challenged, “You think the Middle East is chaotic now? Imagine what it looks like for our grandchildren. That’s how Americans should view the deal.”

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2 COMMENTS

  1. sometimes a person has to do things that he normally wouldn’t
    for the good of the country
    putting personal beliefs behind himself
    every single democrat has denounced BUSH, and he remained silent–staying above them
    IF A PERSON CARES–THEY HAVE TO SPEAK UP–
    IT’S ABOUT TIME

  2. Bush shouldn’t talk. He should BELLOW !!! Blow their fat butts right out of their overpriced, overstuffed chairs and call them out to stand trial for their shameful conduct both in and out of office !!! Our government has become one of the greatest criminal enterprises in world history
    and very few of us seem to notice !!!

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