Former US President George W. Bush revealed in an interview with People magazine that he did not vote for Donald Trump or Joe Biden in the 2020 US presidential election, and chose to add Condoleezza Rice to the ballot, who was a national security advisor, and later. Secretary of State during her eight years in the White House.
“She knows I did.” Said George W. Bush, who particularly criticized the Republican millionaire who defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016. So far, it has been recognized that the 43rd President of the United States would have preferred to vote for Biden, who called him to congratulate him on the victory. When the result was still being challenged by Trump, saying the vote was “fundamentally fair” and with a “clear result.”
George W. Bush, who hurriedly issued a statement four years ago, made it clear: “I offered him the same offer that I made to Presidents Trump and Obama: My prayers for his success and my commitment to help in any way possible.” He did not vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
In an interview with People, aimed at promoting his new book with pictures of immigrants, Bush resumed his criticism of the Republican Party, which he considers to be dominated by “isolationist, protectionist, and to some extent, original voices.”
But he also stressed that Trump is not the only one responsible for the controversial wall between the United States and Mexico. “I built a good part of this wall, as Clinton and Obama did, and the reason is that the American people expect that the law will be implemented,” he said, calling for reform of workers’ visas, the asylum system and border police.
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