CNN's Zakaria Recommends Bush's 'Surprisingly Well Written' Memoir
As CNN's Fareed Zakaria concluded his Fareed Zakaria GPS show on Sunday, he recommended to his audience that they read former President George W. Bush's memoir, Decision Points, but, even while recommending the book, he still took a dig at the former President as he described the book as "surprisingly well written." He also acknowledged that "you might not think he's super-smart" before praising the former President as "agreeable" and "frank."
Below is a transcript of the relevant portion of the Sunday, February 13, Fareed Zakaria GPS on CNN:
Before we go, I want to recommend a book. This week it's George W. Bush's memoir, Decision Points. I read it recently on a plane. I have to say it's surprisingly well ,written and frank. You will not agree with all of his decisions, you might not think he's super-smart, but he comes across as an agreeable, frank, human being, and I found it a good read.
- Brad Wilmouth is a news analyst at the Media Research Center