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Bush has had difficulty distancing himself from his brother's controversial foreign policy legacy, chiefly the Iraq war. On
It is, indeed, a puzzlement. But on Tuesday, during an appearance on CNN's "New Day," veteran GOP strategist and frequent
But Bush argued that his successor was to blame, because the U.S. failed to maintain a troop presence in the country. He
Had George and Dick not decided on their "cakewalk" in Iraq, ISIS would have been an unlikely possibility, no matter the ethnic and religious tensions in the region. They essentially launched the drive that broke state power there and created the kind of vacuum that a movement like ISIS was so horrifically well-suited to fill.
Former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz was a guest on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday and asserted that al-Qaeda
Saleh's charges against the Bush administration caught the attention of the Obama Department of Justice earlier this month
In the 30-minute interview conducted before last week's Boston Marathon bombing, Bush also urged people not to forget "the
Former President George W. Bush reflected on his tenure in the White House during an interview with the Dallas Morning News published Sunday, saying that he was comfortable with his decision-making regarding the Iraq War, and other stories. Zach Carter joins Marc to discuss.
The former president's comments come just weeks after an emotional observance of the 10th anniversary of the Iraq invasion