George W. Bush: I'm "Comfortable" With My Legacy On Iraq War

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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. 'I'm confident the decisions were made the right way,' Bush explained. 'It's easy to forget what life was like when the decision was made.' Bush's rare interview comes as he prepares to attend a ceremony for the opening of his presidential library next week in Dallas. He'll be there along with President Barack Obama and every other living former president. Speaking to the Morning News of the legacy that the library is meant to honor, Bush suggested he had few regrets. 'I'm comfortable with what I did,' he said. 'I'm comfortable with who I am.'

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Is there any instance in any of the Bushes' lives ... by E. T. SIMON on Monday, Apr 15, 2013 at 6:03:02 PM