January 10, 2005

CLINTON AND BUSH: FAST FRIENDS?

For two men at opposite ends of the political spectrum, the relationship between the 43rd and 42nd presidents has grown surprisingly warm and personal over the last six months. Clinton endorsed Bush’s approach to the tsunami catastrophe, defending him against criticism about his initial response as well as raising cash alongside the president’s father. Friends and aides say the two men enjoy each other’s company and, as fellow pros, respect each other’s political talents.

Clinton has also been quite supportive of the terror war, especially before international audiences.

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