WHOA! George W. Bush Went OFF on Cheney and Rumsfeld…..

Now that we have a Republican President and a Republican-led Congres, what in the heck is up with former President George W. Bush and his former President Dad? Suddenly, George W. is very vocal and it seems that he does not take kindly to President trump.

There could be some speculation that the Bush Empire is part of the political elite and that is the cause for their attacks on Trump. It does seem that GW, Old Bill, and Obama are pretty close buddies nowadays. 

After being quiet for the past eight years, George Bush now seems interested in protecting his legacy. In doing so, he gets a bit brutal with Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfield. Do not question George about who was in charge. He will get very testy with you. Read on.

As Written By Katherine Rodriguez for Breitbart: 

Former President George W. Bush went off on his former vice president and defense secretary, stating bluntly that “they did not make one f****** decision.”

Bush made the inflammatory remark about his former colleagues in Mark K. Updegrove’s book The Last Republicans: Inside the Extraordinary Relationship Between George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush, which is scheduled to be released November 14.

The 43rd president pushed back against critics who claim he did not make major decisions during his presidency, and that former Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld made most of the important decisions in the White House.

They “didn’t make one f****** decision,” Bush claimed. “The fact that there was any doubt in anyone’s mind about who the president was, blows my mind.”

Updegrove’s book describes the relationship between the younger Bush and his father, but his book is making…..


George W. Bush Bashes Cheney, Rumsfeld: ‘They Didn’t Make One F****** Decision’ – Breitbart

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