Former President George W. Bush made his first public comment about last week’s presidential election while maintaining his personal commitment to neither elevate nor denigrate his successors in office.
Remarking on President-elect Donald Trump during his post-election address at the George W. Bush Presidential Center Tuesday, he focused his observations on the widespread rioting that has taken place as a result of his election.
“I understand anger,” he said, prompting laughter throughout the audience. “And some people might have been angry when I was president, but anger shouldn’t drive policy. What should drive policy is what’s best for the people who are angry.”
Class act, as always.
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