George W. Bush has been a consistent Republican voice against the divisive politics of Donald Trump -- but is there room for him in today’s GOP? In this latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains why Bush’s self-proclaimed "compassionate conservative" politics don’t exactly line up with where the party is post-Trump.
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
George W. Bush on Capitol insurrection: "I was sick to my stomach"
President Bush's Plan For Comprehensive Immigration Reform
President George W. Bush on Compassionate Conservatism
Trump Lashes Out at Impeachment Foes and Pelosi Hits Back
Barbara Bush on Donald Trump: ‘I’m sick of him’
George W. and Laura Bush vote for none-of-the-above
Bush congratulates Biden, says election was 'fundamentally fair' and 'its outcome is clear'
The slew of Senate Republican retirements prove who's in charge of the GOP now
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