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George W. Bush looks up, like “strategery’ was coined: ‘to take is not Important themselves too seriously’

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Ex-President George W. Bush discussed malapropisms, the importance of humor and his presidential center programming is on The podcast “Strategerist.”

The podcast is presented by the George W. Bush Presidential Center is named after the fictional Bush malapropism “strategery,” which was coined by “Saturday Night Live” and embraced by the Bush administration.

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In the new episode, released on Friday, was the 43 President of the guest and he told a story about the title of the show.

Bush revealed he had thought, for years, he said, incorrectly: “strategery” at some point, but “Saturday Night Live” Creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels informed him at a dinner that the show came up with the word, and “basically put it on you.”

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“I think it is very important not to take yourself too seriously,” Bush said.

He said he saw his father, former President George H. W. Bush was mocked while he believed in the White house, and how the elder Bush, it was very instructive.

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“It made it easier for me, if I was President, to accept humor as a part of the task,” Bush said.

Previous guests on the podcast include Fox News ” Harris Faulkner, actor Gary Sinise, PGA golfer Jimmy Walker and Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta.

Co-host Hannah Abney reminded us of the time, the Bush-busted to help some of the dance steps, the rehabilitation of a women’s clinic in Zambia.

“In the midst of all of deprivation and poverty, it was a pleasure. And I got in the spirit, the joyful spirit. And to sing and began to clap and a few of us began to dance. And it was really fun,” said Bush.

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The former President also spoke about some of the Bush-Center initiatives, including the warrior Open, a competitive golf tournament for wounded U.S. service members, and Presidential Leadership Scholars program, which helps mid-career professionals hone their leadership skills through interactions with the former President, key government representatives, leading scientists and business and civic leaders.

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