Bush Whacks the New York Times

While defending the security policies that have kept America free from further terror attacks since 9-11, Bush whacked the not so friendly New York Times on Friday

Bush has been in office long enough to know who his friends are.
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During his powerful press conference on Friday in the Rose Garden, Bush gets a lick in on the blabbermouths at the New York Times:

THE PRESIDENT: Let’s see, New York Times, Sheryl.

Q Hi, Mr. President.

THE PRESIDENT: Fine. How are you doing?

Q I’m well today, thank you. (Laughter.)

THE PRESIDENT: Did you start with, hi, Mr. President?

Q Hello, Mr. President.

THE PRESIDENT: Okay, that’s fine. Either way, that’s always a friendly greeting, thank you.

Q We’re a friendly newspaper.

THE PRESIDENT: Yes. (Laughter.) Let me just say, I’d hate to see unfriendly. (Laughter.)

Q Mr. President —

THE PRESIDENT: Want me to go on to somebody else, and you collect your — (laughter.) Sorry, go ahead, Sheryl.

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