President Barack Obama says he's spoken with former President George W. Bush since taking office. But the current commander in chief is keeping mum about the details.
Obama says that even though he's been president for only a few months, he thinks having a general policy of keeping confidence with former presidents is important.
It's especially important since it seems that he doesn't always know what he's doing. I wonder if there was a "Sorry, George for all of the things that I have said and continue to say about you even though I've been proven dead wrong" in there somwhere. Probably not.
It would be interesting to know whether any conversations with Dubya led to Obama's reversals on military tribunals or the slow down on the closure of Gitmo.