Jimmy Carter on Cheney: “He’s just been almost completely wrong on just about everything

Brian Zick

Mark Silva for the Chicago Tribune reports: Former President Jimmy Carter, in an interview to be aired Sunday morning by ABC News, sharply criticizes Cheney's record on the war. "If you go back and see what Vice President Cheney has said for the last three or four years concerning Iraq, his batting average is abysmally low," Carter says of Cheney in an interview with George Stephanopoulos that will be shown on ABC News' This Week. "He hasn't been right on hardly anything, in his prediction of what was going to happen … He's just been almost completely wrong on just about everything he's said." via Josh Marshall

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