Former President George W. Bush has revealed more about himself than ever before in a new book.
In the book, he says he “chased a lot of p*ssy and drank a lot of whiskey in his youth.
The book is candid and personal and covers his late teens and early 20s along with stories from his father, also a Former President George H.W. Bush. It’s written by Mark Updegrove and is titled The Last Republicans. It will be on the bookshelves November 14.
The 43rd president has always said, “when I was young and irresponsible, I was young and irresponsible.” Only now we are getting a clearer picture of just what that looked like.
The first page of the book, there is a picture of Bush in 2012, with a cigar in hand, saying that he “chased a lot of p*ssy and drank a lot of whiskey.”
In the book it becomes clear that George W. was a boy who lived “in cowboy clothes” and didn’t change his attire much when he attended Harvard Business School. There he wore a “National Guard flight jacket, beat-up Levi’s and cowboy boots” all while chewing tobacco.
When at Yale he joined a fraternity that was known for their heavy drinking, Delta Kappa Epsilon. He was arrested while in college as well for “borrowing” a Christmas wreath from a store in New Haven.
When it came to the booze, he said, “I wasn’t a knee-walking drunk,” he told Updegrove. “But I liked to drink and have a good time.”
Jeb Bush, his brother said he was “a little wild…but so was everybody else.”
The book also covers plenty of politics with the elder Bush calling Trump a “blowhard,” saying he did not “like” him. He dislikes him so much that neither Bush voted for President Trump.