Politics Bush said he wrote in Condoleezza Rice for president in 2020 election
George W. Bush calls not passing immigration reform one of his biggest regrets
Preview: In an interview for "CBS Sunday Morning," the former president talks politics, painting, and his new book, "Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants."More of the interview will be presented Tuesday, April 20, on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell," and Wednesday, April 21, on "CBS This Morning.
Former President George W. Bush said that wrote in his former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice when he voted for president in 2020.
In an interview with Bush tells the magazine that he didn't vote for either Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Joe Biden in November's election, but cast his vote for Rice.
Bush told Rice that he voted for her, according to People.
"She knows it," Bush said to People. "But she told me she would refuse to accept the office."
Rice served as Bush's secretary of State during his second term as president.
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Former President Bush is doing a spree of media appearances promoting his new book, "Out of Many, One: Portraits of American Immigrants," which is based on oil paintings by the former president on national figures and migrants.
Bush appeared on NBC's "Today" on Wednesday where he described the current state of the Republican party as "isolationist, protectionist and to a certain extent nativist."
Immigration thrust a new facet to troubled Bush reputation .
Out of office for a dozen years and still castigated for his "war on terror," former US president George W Bush has resurfaced as a passionate immigration advocate just as his Republican Party careens in the opposite direction. The 74-year-old Texan, whose disastrous invasion of Iraq and failure to implement immigration reform helped give rise to Donald Trump, is enjoying a resurgence of sorts in the aftermath of Trump's erratic tenure. USThe 74-year-old Texan, whose disastrous invasion of Iraq and failure to implement immigration reform helped give rise to Donald Trump, is enjoying a resurgence of sorts in the aftermath of Trump's erratic tenure.