So begins another round of Bush family drama tied mostly to foreign policy, this time in the pages of an authorized biography of former president George H.W. Bush. While generally supportive of his son's presidency, he criticizes former president George W. Bush, former vice president Richard B. Cheney and former defense secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld for how they responded to the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The 41st president suggests that the 43rd president's 2002 speech describing Iraq, Iran and North Korea as part of an “Axis of Evil” included comments 'that might be historically proved to be not benefiting anything.' He calls Cheney's reaction to the attacks 'just iron-ass' and says that Rumsfeld displayed a 'lack of humility' and 'was an arrogant fellow.'
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