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IN THE COMMENTS: John Stodder says:
Wasn't McClellan horrible at his job? That's what I remembered. He looked clueless half the time and the press had no respect for him.
Why would anybody care what he says?
I don't mean this in a partisan way. If you wanted to read a memoir of any president, why would you choose the one written by an incompetent clown.
It's not the disloyalty that bothers me. It's the press suddenly finding wisdom in a guy they previously disregarded as stupid and unreliable.
It's inevitable that critical Bush-era memoirs will come out, but written by smarter people. I'll read those.