President Bush reveals that when he finally leaves the White House, the first thing he'll do is resume E-mailing his buddies. "I can remember as governor, I could stay in touch with all kinds of people around the country firing off E-mails at all times of the day to stay in touch with my pals," he says in a Yahoo-Politico interview. "One of the things that I will have ended my public service time with is a group of friends, a lot of friends, and I want to stay in touch with them, and there's no better way to stay in touch with them than through E-mail." For security reasons, he booted the computer from the Oval Office, so he's hardly E-mailed his friends over the past seven-plus years. Of course, that means he hasn't been at the receiving end of House and Senate subpoenas for E-mails either, but that's another story.
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