In the new episode of our “educational” series The Audit, Dave, Josh, and their study-buddy Kate Willett get close (but sadly, not close enough) to completing George W. Bush’s MasterClass.
Up until this point, the study group has subjected themselves to hours of historiographical propaganda attempting to whitewash Bush’s legacy. This week isn’t any different, as the crew worked their way through Dubya’s next three lessons: “Own Your Own Communication Style;” “A Pathway to Politics;” and “Entering Public Service.” All of which is ironic, coming from a guy who constantly put his foot in his mouth, got into politics because of his daddy, and almost exclusively served private interests during his presidency. The real lesson here: Lying is usually legal.
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