Bush: Boston Attacks 'Harkened Back' to His Presidency

When George W. Bush saw the news about Boston, his mind immediately turned to organized terrorism--and to his own presidency. With his presidential library opening Thursday at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, the former president spoke with ABC News' Diane Sawyer in an exclusive interview, detailing how he reacted to the bombs in Boston and the days-long manhunt that followed. The attacks, he said, reminded him of a time when it was his job to comfort the nation. Read more: Boston...Full Story
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