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Jimmy Carter gets cold feet

by Brad A. Greenberg

May 21, 2007 | 8:50 am

Former President Jimmy Carter was just on NBC’s “Today” for an exclusive interview responding to his comments Friday that the Bush administration is “the worst in history.”

Not surprisingly, and entirely unconvincingly, the former peanut farmer backed away from his damning comments about the former oil man. Speaking with Meredith Viera, Carter said his comments were “careless” and claimed that when he said “worst in history,” he was only comparing Bush to Nixon and only on the issues of foreign policy.

Plenty of notable scholars—and The Donald—have shown far more chutzpah when talking about George W. Bush.

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