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Cheney Attacks Bush

As his memoir takes shape, the former Vice President opens up about his true sentiments towards his former boss, who he once praised as an exceptional leader. According to new reports, the differences between Cheney and Bush were more than political — they were personal, and neither man has really gotten over them. Cheney has been opening up slowly but surely about his time in high office as momentum is builds in anticipation of his book release. Cheney has said that the statute of limitations has expired on much of the confidential information he worked with while in office, though aids expect him to still maintain somewhat of a veil of privacy.
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