Wondering what former Bush advisor Karl Rove and former public diplomacy czar Karen Hughes have been up to lately? They're part of an "ongoing Bush legacy project that's been meeting in the White House," according to Stephen Hayes on CNN. The project also includes "current senior Bush administration advisers," and is focused on "how to sort of roll out the President's legacy," he added. George Bush's remarks in recent interviews (the "exit interviews" of his presidency) include "criticism of his own party." Hayes predicts, "We're going to be seeing a lot more of this," as it's part of the "legacy project." In October, the Washington Post reported that federal agencies were asked to start documenting "the Bush record" of "accomplishments over the past eight years."
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