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Bush makes major league gaffe
Clymer worked for The New York Times from until July , and served as its national political correspondent for the presidential election , polling editor from to , political editor for George H. Going bald is not a matter of choice. Bush later publicly stated "I regret that a private comment I made to the vice presidential candidate made it through the public airways. Retrieved from " https: Bush seems to enjoy the same one-sided delivery of put-downs.
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Connect Upload Contact Us. New York City, New York. Career Clymer worked for The New York Times from until July , and served as its national political correspondent for the presidential election , polling editor from to , political editor for George H. When former US president George W Bush spotted political journalist Adam Clymer while waving to a crowd at a rally with his election running mate Dick Cheney, he didn't hesitate to offer his opinion, calling Clymer a "major league asshole from the New York Times". Misery Index Issue