In a closed-door speech to his former White House team tonight, George W. Bush was in a freewheeling and reflective mood.
A Bush insider who was at the event tells FOX News that the lengthy speech and question and answer session was like a more frank version of the interviews Bush has been doing as part of the book tour for his memoir “Decision Points.”
On stage with former chiefs of staff Josh Bolten and Andy Card, Bush promised the alumni of his two administrations something they couldn’t get on talk shows or even in the book.
“I didn’t put everything in the book,” Bush told the crowd. “Nobody reads a doorstop.”