When Bush told “hot-blooded” Putin he was “cold-blooded”By ANI
Thursday, November 4, 2010
LONDON - Memoirs of former US President George Bush have revealed how he once told Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin that he is cold-blooded and not hot-blooded.
The incident had taken place at the Olympic opening ceremony in August 2008, when Bush complained to Putin about Russia’s invasion of neighbouring Georgia.
Bush also stated that Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is “hot-blooded”, the Telegraph reported.
“I’m hot-blooded too,” Putin retorted, according to Bush.
To which Bush said: “No, Vladimir, you’re cold-blooded.” (ANI)