Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush at an event Monday in Washington to announce the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. DOUG MILLS / THE NEW YORK TIMES
At a time of heightened partisanship in Washington, it seemed a brief respite to watch former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton sit side by side on stage and gush about each other’s leadership and acute decision-making skills.
On Monday, the two introduced a joint program to train young leaders through a collaboration of their presidential libraries and those of the elder George Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson.
“I actually learned a lot watching him over the years,” Mr. Clinton said of Mr. Bush’s leadership.
Written by AMY CHOZICK
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