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George W. Bush Reveals Who He Voted For In 2020


If you haven’t noticed lately George W. Bush has been really cozy with Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

At every public outing, while they’re promoting the COVID vaccine, they’re all laughing and having a good old time.

With that being said Bush compromised a long time ago and was a pawn from the start but in his latest interview he made things clearer by sharing who he voted for.

Bush while speaking about his new book with NBC, revealed that he voted for his former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

Condoleeza Rice wasn’t even on the ballot but Bush decided to write her in.

While the Democrats had  Obama and the Clintons speaking on behalf of Biden leading up to the 2020 election, George Bush just sat on the sidelines like other RINOS and didn’t go to bat for Trump.

Yahoo News covered Bush’s interview and shared these details:

Former President George W. Bush told People magazine that he wrote in Condoleezza Rice when he voted for president in the 2020 election.

The big picture: Bush also clarified comments made earlier this week in which he called today’s GOP “isolationist, protectionist and, to a certain extent, nativist.” The former president told People that he “painted with too broad a brush” and excluded “a lot of Republicans who believe we can fix the problem.”

“Really what I should have said — there’s loud voices who are isolationists, protectionists and nativists, something, by the way, I talked about when I was president,” he said in a wide-ranging interview for next week’s issue about his new book of oil paintings, “Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants.”

Bush is literally doing an interview about his new oil painting book.

It appears if you’re a sold-out Republican you get rewarded with book deals and interviews.

Bush also took a shot at the GOP, check out what Fox 11 News had to share:

Former President George W. Bush didn’t hold back when asked how he would label the Republican Party in a post-Trump society.

Bush, a Republican, said the GOP has become “isolationist, protectionist and, to a certain extent, nativist” and said he’s especially concerned about anti-immigrant rhetoric.

“It’s a beautiful country we have and yet it’s not beautiful when we condemn, call people names and scare people about immigration,” Bush told NBC’s “Today” show on Tuesday.

If it was up to George, Jeb would be the President.

Imagine that train wreck……


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