If you lived through the early 2000s or know someone who did, you probably know for a fact that Mr. George W. Bush The government invaded Iraq under the pretense that the army had been there for nearly a decade, and that the protracted conflict resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. Many people were and are still extremely angry about this, but apparently, most of the individuals responsible have never admitted that the reasons for the invasion and subsequent war were completely baseless, that lives had been futilely taken, and that the entire exercise, according to US intelligence agencies, had become “a cause for fire” for the jihadists, causing deep outrage about U.S. involvement in the Muslim world and nurturing global jihadist advocates. “Until now! Totally by accident!
Speaking at an event in Dallas on the state of democracy, Bush noted that the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has strangled popular dissent and systematically imprisoned political opponents, which the 43rd POTUS said, has resulted in “the absence of checks and balances.” in Russia, and one man’s decision to launch a completely irrational and brutal invasion of Iraq.” Sorry! “I mean about Ukraine,” Bush said, shaking his head. He then shrugs and mutters, “Iraq too,” before blaming it on a 75-year-old tongue slip.
More than 4,000 American soldiers died in the war; Estimates of Iraqi casualties ranged from hundreds of thousands to nearly 1 million.
Back in February, former foreign minister Condoleezza Rice appeared on Fox News to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (the good), though she forgot to mention her role in the whole Iraq war situation (the less good).
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https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/05/george-w-bush-iraq-ukraine George W. Bush Accidentally Admits He Waged a “Brutal” and “Unjustified” War in Iraq