McClellan hits on President Bush in a memoir

May 28th, 2008 - 10:46 pm ICT by David M N James  

Scott McClellanFormer George Bush aide Scott McClellan has launched a scathing attack on his former boss, President George Bush. McClellan has published a memoir in which he tells away much about the murky side of the Whitehouse and the Bush policies. The man has re-emerged to be in the spotlight over his accusations on George Bush administration policy. McClellan was a press secretary in the Bush administration and a staunch Bush supporter and adviser. The memoir blames Karl Rove for the photo of President Bush watching the Iraqi disaster from Air-force one and also tells away about the unsubstantiated policies and information that Bush used to convince the Americans to support the Iraqi war.

McClellan memoir is an expose about President Bush and the White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception. The author has alleged that Bush has heavily relied on propaganda to make his decisions and policies. This McClellan book is named “What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington’s Culture of Deception” is selling for $27.95).

McClellan has become popular within the democrats supporters who view his sentiments about Bush as resembling what Americans should expect from the McCain. The former press secretary has published a memoir which portrays George bush as a pawn and a leader who depends on unfounded information and aspects of foreign policies to make decisions. However Karl Rove has termed as a liberal blogger meaning he is not even eccentric and his works are just supposition which are rhetoric and lacking any literary finesse.

His memoir has described George Bush intentions and war in Iraqi as a sell off of Americans in pursuit of supremacy. He asserts that Bush bought the Iraqi war and America was not supposed to go into Iraqi. Various contexts are arising about the Bush administration from the McClellan perspective. His supposition that President Bush used propaganda to make the liberal media to contextualize the Iraqi war and create a scenario in which the Iraqi war seemed justified. McClellan says the liberal media fell fir Bush ‘propaganda on the Iraqi war and many supported it then.

His book has sparked criticism from Republican supporters and political analysts as a late card in the American politics. Democrats see it as a shot in the arm to the Obama campaign. Bush has criticized this purge on him by the former aide and has denied these accusations and termed them as wild allegations.

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