Former President George W. Bush basked in the glow of a friendly audience Tuesday as former Vice President Dick Cheney and others praised his legacy during a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of his future library in Dallas.
Former President George W. Bush breaks ground for his library with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice , Laura Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney. An invitation-only crowd of 3,000 witnessed the event. [ed- love the shovels]
Cheney, slimmed down and walking with a cane, said public sentiment is already starting to shift on Bush's eight years in the White House.
"When times have been tough and the critics have been loud, you've always said you had faith in history's judgment, and history is beginning to come around," Cheney told Bush during an hourlong program at SMU Tuesday morning. Dallas News.