This week on Uncommon Knowledge, Time Magazine editors Michael Duffy and Nancy Gibbs discuss the new kinds of relationships being formed between former and current Presidents.
“Clinton and Bush are sort of business partners …. That’s a new development for the Club. They don’t just have things in common about their past, they have a future together as potential, you know, they’re entertainers. They get paid six figure salaries to go to Vancouver and Chicago and Tokyo and give speeches. That binds them in a wholly different way. ”