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Run so far what these cleared did you you don't -- like the president don't appreciate is intellect jurors approach correct you did you say he's been a bowling.
The world -- whole life that -- clearly what ought to them a bit but yes George Bush's distinctively for the month of well what in what respect does he bully that you found you said even as Jeb.
Payment compelled by other political that it knows this one basketball game.
Oh yeah that's from the last book -- percent doctrine -- about the fact that.
You know chip it says that the people do is that what it was hard pianist brother.
And you know what George Bush we don't know at this point he's in the way the world's most famous man and and over years I've been collecting stories of people with direct access to bush many of them in the -- it has its.
This is my third book in five years so in others there's there's -- there's a great deal about publicly rejecting into the piece of.
Let me ask you a couple things that have been tantalized me and honestly have not had a chance to read it I -- that morning.
Why I am going to reader runner and I respect your and I respect your researches a couple of things in here that have been treated me and and this is from the publisher now so I assume it's in the book it's one of the teases that you sent us.
A Muslim achiever a young man from Pakistan.
Interrogated in a cell beneath the White House who whipsawed between fear and hope is he tries to reexamine the America he'd long dreamed of what do you sell beneath the White House and her jail cells in the White House.
-- the White House it's it's astonishing it's under the lets he go back.
Right over there in sort of a whole day and this kid if you look perspective the future of America in the hearts and minds battle.
Some other -- this kind of kiddies at 25 year old.
Pakistan -- comes to America a lot of off the charts which he -- an economic consultant watching these walking he loves George Bush he loves.
He loves America frankly it 2006 he's walking into work.
He works a block from the White House he'd awareness Jim Sorgi Scottish side -- on he keeps its its that the office he gets picked up.
They looked at me suspicious.
He he gets dragged into an interrogation room under the light of serious -- And expanded -- -- there.
Of course as above ground just a few feet away George Bush is carrying forward and offering the pronouncements about American virtue.
It's exactly this collision between -- word indeed which is causing such offensive disruption inside the.
Prior yet and and the thing is to you're talking about one incident and you played against city could almost hear the violence roar.
But I just say this now if in my that we were also criticizing.
Law enforcement letting -- ought to get tickets and these other hijackers go -- no one's looking into their backgrounds -- the white house on hyper alert because -- 9/11 you have -- Pakistan any around there and unfortunately was treated badly but how does that make George Bush a bad person has just make this administration.
What goes to the bottom line is is what people and then now including many people in the administration to recognize that the end of the day.
Is it operating in the dark side ultimately is not going to be leaving about why.
Because in the heated here heightened transparency and accountability to believe the world functions these days the practice has come out it undermines normal for.
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