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Former President George W. Bush has a memoir coming out soon. Between this and Justin Bieber’s book, this could be the biggest year ever for literature. (Jimmy Kimmel)
Former President Bush was on “Oprah.” It was Oprah’s annual “Least Favorite Things” episode. (Kimmel)
Former President George W. Bush was on “Oprah.” When asked about being the leader of the free world, Oprah said, “It’s not bad.” (Conan)
Former President George W. Bush is releasing a book called “Decision Points.” I’ve already made a decision not to buy it. (David Letterman)
Former President George W. Bush released a book. Unfortunately, because of his economic policies, no one can afford to buy it. (Letterman)
Former President George W. Bush reveals in his book that he considered dropping Dick Cheney to prove he was in charge. But then Cheney nixed the idea. (Fallon)
George W. Bush’s memoir is coming out on Nov. 9. On the cover, Bush is wearing a dark suit and holding a briefing book with his head turned slightly from the camera, or as Bush calls it, “posing all serious-like.”
The book is called “Decision Points,” and 1,000 signed copies will be sold for $350 each. Each one says, “Thanks for reading about my decisions — Sincerely, Dick Cheney.
Former President George W. Bush is working on his memoirs. I’m excited just to hear him pronounce the word “memoirs.”
This is supposed to be an incredibly honest account of the key decisions in the president’s life. There’s a whole chapter dedicated to “smooth vs. crunchy.”
Is it really a good thing for President Bush to remind us of the decisions he made? I would have just let people forget.
George W. Bush’s memoir, “Decision Points,” will be out in November. It’s about some of his key decisions, including the decision to move Jay Leno to 10 p.m.
George W. Bush’s memoir is coming out in November. It’s called “Decision Points,” and it’s about big decisions in his life. I’ve already made a decision not to read it.
Bush is working very hard on the book, making revisions. In fact, his computer screen is covered with Wite-Out.
They asked him if he used a ghostwriter and he said, “No, the guy’s still alive.”