The former President George W. Bush is back in the spotlight and for surprising reason.
During a recent interview, Bush said “he felt former President Donald Trump lacked the ‘humility’ necessary to be an effective leader,” reports Breitbart News.
Bush suggested that Trump merely wanted to be famous:
I feel a responsibility to uphold the dignity of the office. I did then, and I do now. And I think it’s undignified to want to see my name in print all the time. I think it basically sends a signal that I miss being famous and, you know, I want people to see me. Listen to me! And, you know, I don’t. I really don’t.
Speaking of the last four years, Bush was clear. “To me, humility shows an understanding of self. It shows a belief in a higher power that is necessary to be an effective leader. And we were short of humility,” said Bush in reference to Trump.
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