New Presidential Bio Says Bush 'cries a lot'

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dead_certain.jpgRobert Draper persuaded President Bush to give him unparalleled access to the White House for his new biography. In spending hours with Bush as well as his closest advisers and even his wife, the journalist witnessed a White House rife with infighting and led by a single-minded president. The picture that emerges in Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush is of a driven, stubborn man, more focused on shaping the world to fit his ideas than adapting his policies to fit the world.



  • Robert Draper - writer for the New York Times Magazine, author of “Weapons of Mass Delusion: When the Republican Party Lost Its Mind” - @DraperRobert