In a soon-to-be-released memoir he accuses the president and his top advisers of deceit and secrecy.
“I still like and admire President Bush. But he and his advisers confused the
propaganda campaign with the high level of candor and honesty so fundamentally
needed to build and then sustain public support during a time of war. … In this
regard, he was terribly ill-served by his top advisers, especially those
involved directly in national security.”
Really. How about that?
Is anybody surprised?
Why did McClellan, who left the White House in 2006, wait so long to clear the air?