In an interview airing Thursday, former president George W. Bush offers a somewhat tepid response to a question from CSPAN about his relationship with his vice president, Dick Cheney.
Asked by CSPAN's Steve Scully what their relationship is like these days, Bush noted that the two don't see each other much and used the somewhat nebulous term "cordial."
"You know, it's been cordial," Bush began. "But he lives in Washington and we live in Dallas. And one of the saddest things about departing Washington is that you miss your pals. A lot of people were there for all eight years, and I became good friends with them, like Vice President Cheney. And you know, I just don't seem them much. And I don't see many of the people I worked with much. And it's kind of sad."