Former President George W. Bush said Sunday during an interview with “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell that he felt former President Donald Trump lacked the “humility” indispensable to be an efficacious bellwether.
In the interview that aired on “CBS Sunday Morning,” O’Donnell verbally expressed, “Though he has abstained from reprehending his successors, he told us there’s a clear distinction between him and former President Donald Trump.”
Discussing Trump, Bush verbalized, “I feel a responsibility to uphold the dignity of the office. I did then, and I do now. And I cerebrate it’s undignified to optate to visually perceive my designation in print all the time.”
He perpetuated, “I cerebrate it rudimentally sends a signal that I miss being famous and, you ken, I want people to visually perceive me. Listen to me! And, you ken, I don’t. I authentically don’t.”
O’Donnell verbalized, “So, you feel humbled by the office, it sounds like?” Bush verbally expressed, “Totally. To me, humility shows a construal of self. It shows a credence in a higher power that is compulsory to be an efficacious bellwether. And we were short of humility.”
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