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George W. Bush says Kanye West provided the lowlight of his presidency

By Chris Richards

ralph stanleyThe ultimate rap beef? (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

By Chris Richards

In his forthcoming autobiography, George W. Bush says the lowest low of his presidency came when Kanye West criticized him for his handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, Entertainment Weekly reports.

In his new autobiography, "Decision Points," Bush says that West's famous jab, "George Bush doesn't care about black people," was "one of the most disgusting moments in my presidency.”

The Post's Celebritology blog has more.

By Chris Richards  | November 3, 2010; 10:36 AM ET
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Comments

Really?

Not the moment the levees broke while he was on vacation.

Not the moment he launched an unnecessary war on flimsy, puffed up evidence?

Not the moment he abandoned the principles this country has held dear since he days of General Washington and authorized the use of torture?

Not the moment the planes crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center?

Kanye West hurting Dubya's precious feelings was the lowlight of his presidency?

If only it was, Mr. Bush. If only it was.

Posted by: notthemayor | November 3, 2010 2:58 PM | Report abuse

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