National Enquirer Says Bush Memoir to Contain Bombshells

Posted on January 21, 2009

The National Enquirer claims publishing insiders are telling them President Bush's memoir is going to contain lots of bombshell revelations including that he fell of the wagon, flirted with Condi and called Vice President Cheney a "bozo." The memoir has not yet been picked up by a publisher.

The bombshell revelations are expected to include Bush admitting to falling off the wagon, fighting with his wife, flirting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, privately calling Sarah Palin "hot" and once blasting Vice President Dick Cheney as a "Bozo," according to sources.

"George doesn't need the money. Writing his autobiography is an ego thing, as it is with all presidents," a close source told The ENQUIRER.

Bush's book will also contain some shocking revelations about his personal life, which is almost unheard of for a presidential memoir.

"George is expected to confess that he briefly fell off the wagon during his presidency," said a publishing source who has seen a proposal regarding the book.

"Laura caught him late one night with a drink. It led to a fight, and he hasn't had a drink since.

"George will also write that he and Laura had some major dustups, not only over drinking, but his wandering eye.

None of these items are news to Washington insiders -- rumors of all of these incidents have been floating around for years -- but the idea that President Bush would actually confirm them about them seems like a bit of a stretch to us.

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