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(Steven Hayward) Jimmy Carter.  Turns out ex-presidents from both parties can’t stand him.  From the New York Post: WASHINGTON — Former presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush have united — in their hatred of Jimmy Carter. The former commanders-in-chief share a disdain for their fellow ex-president because he conducted foreign policy after leaving office without any authority from the White House, according to a new book.
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