Steven Spierer, 6/21/14

Outside of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, no two Americans in public office had collaborated to such lasting effect since Richard M. Nixon and Henry Kissinger, and prior to that, Washington and Jefferson. But, despite their accomplishments, their misjudgments and misadventures left them the most unpopular president and vice president in generations. Now, a few years later, dozens of people on the inside are willing to share a more balanced understanding of what was really happening behind the scenes. Steve discusses the extraordinary Bush-Cheney relationship with Peter Baker, author of Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House.

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