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McClellan has points to be made in the book, and unfortunately, they are too few and therefore continually repeated.
One day, maybe twenty years from now, Scott McClellan will read this book and notice what he really said about George W. Bush.
This one kept my attention because I remember Scott McClellan when he served as President George W. Bush's press secretary.
Scott does dig into Bush somewhat, but he so often talks about Clinton one would think they are still fighting elections. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R.L.D.
I watched a documentary a few months back about the Tea Party where a gentleman was giving a lecture where he urged attendants to go to Amazon and give bad reviews to all non-right... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. L. Love
Learned a lot. Did not know as much about Bush as I learned. The books was written well and easy to readPublished 6 months ago by Evelyn Anderson
Plenty of books have been written by White House press secretaries over the years. That's probably because they are a little more comfortable with words than the typical National... Read morePublished 7 months ago by WDX2BB
I read this in a few hours and found almost nothing redeeming. The key sentence of the book is likely unknown to the author. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark R. Weaver