In 2010, shortly after then-President Barack Obama had shoved Obamacare down America's throat, a series of billboards popped up around the country. The signs featured a picture of a smiling and waving George W. Bush with the words: "Miss Me Yet?"
The answer, it turns out, is "yes." "Six in 10 Americans, 61%, say they now have a favorable view of the 43rd President of the United States in the latest CNN poll conducted by SSRS, nearly double the 33% who gave him a favorable mark when he left the White House in January 2009," CNN reported in January.
But W. — who adhered to a vow to stay out of politics after leaving office, a vow he kept throughout Obama's two terms — is no fan of President Trump. And he doesn't care who knows.
"Bush is often heard to remark, unable to stifle his trademark smirk: 'Sorta makes me look pretty good, doesn't it?'" National Journal reported.
"He's shaking his head like everyone else wondering why they can't get their act together," the source added. "He wants the guy to succeed but thinks a lot of his problems are self-inflicted."
Bush has been uncensored in his views of Trump. After the president's inaugural address, Bush reportedly said, "That was some weird s***," according to New York Magazine.