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    BUSH 'TOOK COCAINE AT CAMP DAVID'

    And Wife Laura Liked Dope, Says Book

    GEORGE W Bush snorted cocaine at Camp David, a new book
    claims.

    His wife Laura also allegedly tried cannabis in her
    youth.

    Author Kitty Kelley says in her biography The Family: The Real Story of the
    Bush Dynasty, that the US President first used coke at university in the
    mid-1960s.

    She quotes his former sister-in-law Sharon Bush who claims: "Bush did
    coke at Camp David when his father was President, and not just once
    either."

    Other acquaintances allege that as a 26-year-old National Guard, Bush
    "liked to sneak out back for a joint or into the bathroom for a line
    of cocaine".

    Bush has admitted being an alcoholic but, asked during the 1999
    election if he did drugs, he said: "I've told the American people that
    years ago I made some mistakes.

    "I've learned from my mistakes and should I be fortunate enough to
    become president I will bring dignity and honour to the office."

    Later an aide clarified his remarks saying Bush hadn't taken illegal
    drugs in the past 25 years.

    Kelley says that the Bush family covered up scandals because of their
    wealth and influence. She claims George W started drinking at school
    and continued at Yale university to overcome shyness.

    Former student Torbery George says in the book: "Poor Georgie. He
    couldn't relate to women unless he was loaded."

    Another says: "He went out of his way to act crude. It's amazing
    someone you held in such low esteem later became president."

    His supporters have slammed the allegations as outrageous.

    The White House said: "This book appears to be filled with the same
    trash discredited years ago."

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