Misunderstimated : In this bestselling portrait of President George W. Bush, Washington Times correspondent Bill Sammon offers extraordinary insight into the most critical months of Bush's first term, when the administration shifted its focus from al Qaeda and Afghanistan to Iraq and the 2004 election. Through exclusive interviews with the president and many of his closest advisers, Sammon takes readers inside the Oval Office for historic decisions of war and peace; aboard Air Force One for a daring, surprise descent into Baghdad; and even on an intimate tour of Bush's Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas. The result is an astonishing account of a president whose detractors have misunderstood and underestimated his considerable political skills - even as he continues to execute the most profound shift in U.S. foreign policy in more than half a century.
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