Sunday, January 05, 2003

First John DiIulio, now David Frum (courtesy of the Drudge Report, caveat emptor):
Frum, who left the White House less than a year ago, is set to launch THE RIGHT MAN: THE SURPRISE PRESIDENCY OF GEORGE W, BUSH on Tuesday with a high-impact media tour, giving the speechwriter and journalist a platform to elaborate on his Bush insights.
Among the White House staff, there was a "dearth of really high-powered brains," Frum, a neoconservative, writes in RIGHT MAN, obtained exclusively by the DRUDGE REPORT.
"One seldom heard an unexpected thought in the Bush White House or met someone who possessed unusual knowledge."
"Bush was a sharp exception to the White House code of niceness. He was tart, not sweet," charges Frum.
I wonder how long before Frum comes out with an apology?


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