George W. Bush: There's a 'divide' between American civilians and military Published: February 24, 2014

Former President George W. Bush highlighted a "divide" he sees between American civilians and the military, raising the subject during a rare Sunday talk show appearance, the Washington Examiner reports.

"We've got a problem," Bush told ABC's Martha Raddatz. "Too many veterans are unemployed. And there's what we call a civilian-military divide. In other words, the returning vets think one thing, the civilian population thinks another and our aim is to get people to understand each other better for the good of the veteran community."

Bush taped the interview alongside retired U.S. Marine Jake Wood, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

H/T: Drudge Report

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