The Worst Foreign Policy Decision By an American President, According to Jean Edward Smith

If you listen to this show, at least once a week you will hear a caller do their very best to discredit former president George W. Bush. I don’t like everything Bush did while in office but I did vote for him twice. He was far better than either of the alternatives.

Jean Edward Smith recently published a lengthy biography on GW titled “Bush.” Smith joined me on the show to discuss the invasion of Iraq, what he calls the worst foreign policy decision by any American president. I disagree with that opinion, and I think I made that clear throughout the interview. You can pick up a copy of the book here.

Listen to the entire interview with Jean Edward Smith, author of “Bush.”

 

 

 

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