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Former President George W. Bush stood firmly behind many controversial decisions made during his presidency in an interview with Oprah Winfrey today, defending his response to the Sept. 11 attacks and adding that the worst insult he received in his two terms in office came from rapper Kanye West.

Appearing on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” to promote his new memoir “Decision Points,” Bush said he hopes to stay out of the public eye in the future and discussed everything from his struggles with alcohol to coping with the name-calling and criticism that dominated much of his eight years as president.

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“I’m sure it hurt my daughters and wife,” Bush said of the various names he was called during his eight years in the White House, including “Nazi” and “Satan.” “But it didn’t hurt me.”

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