In the book, titled "The Last Republicans", the 41 president also revealed that he voted for Trump's Democrat rival Clinton in the 2016 White House race.
Preview excerpts from the book were published by United States media outlets. And if you talk to those around him, they have confidence in his leadership. "And I'm not too excited about him being a leader", he said, according to CNN's report.
"I don't like him", Bush says of Trump in the book, which will be released later this month.
Updegrove documents misgivings the two former GOP presidents have about President Donald Trump with H.W. Bush calling Trump a "blowhard".
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He said India is also rapidly progressing on the Global Innovation Index, Global Logistics Index and Global Competitiveness Index. Germany, Japan and Denmark are partner countries to World Food India, while Italy and the Netherlands are the focus countries.
He went on to say that the current president is driven by a "certain ego" rather than civic duty.
A presidential dogfight erupted Saturday between the Trump administration and a pair of former commanders-in-chief.
Neither of the two Republican former presidents voted for Trump - the father voted for Hillary Clinton and the son voted for "none of the above", as he told Updegrove.
The book's author spoke with George W. Bush as Trump was sewing up the Republican nomination.
These statements were reportedly made before the election.
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And both worry that Trump has blown up a Republican Party that they spent two lifetimes building, a party that was once committed to removing boundaries to trade and immigration, promoting democracy and civil society and asserting a robust US leadership role in the world.
Mark Updegrove, the author of "The Last Republicans", told CNN: "It makes flawless sense".
This, despite standard etiquette among former presidents in which they generally refrain from speaking ill of one another.
"The American people voted to elect an outsider who is capable of implementing real, positive, and needed change - instead of a lifelong politician beholden to special interests", she said. If they were interested in continuing decades of costly mistakes, another establishment politician more concerned with putting politics over people would have won.
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