Bush says clear conscience on financial crisis

Previous President George W. Bush said on Wednesday he has a "clear sense of right and wrong" about recognizing the problems that led to the monetary disaster and he blamed Congress for blocking attempt to address them.

Bush, who initially kept a low-profile subsequent to leaving the White House, has been liability a series of high-profile interviews to encourage his newly released memoir, "Decision Points."

inside a live interview with Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" show, Bush said his supervision did recognize a ominous quandary with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and that the advance giants

"Were making risky investments."

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