In an age where you're fighting against somebody who believes a Nazi rally has two different sides, allies are found in unlikely locations.
Although George W. Bush is very much a precedent for Donald Trump -- his job getting us into two gratuitous wars based on purposeful misinformation (or, as we call them, "lies") and his supporters' silencing of critics who spoke against his government has a direct line to Donald Trump. However, George. W. Bush was also someone who days following September 11th denounced Islamophobia and recruited a diverse array of the gift into key positions in his administration.
Many of his fans are now fans of Donald Trump, so it means something when George W. Bush gave a speech denouncing Trumpism, the white supremacy he promoted, as well as the corruption he spreads.
Here Bush comes out against Donald Trump. In the speech, Bush said, as a clear attack on Trump -- "Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication."
What impact George W. Bush's speech will probably have is yet to be seen. At the meanwhile, people don't expect to find articulation trusting the words may make a difference to those who hear the tricky line neocon, and coming from someone for it Republican base.
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