Texas Governor George W. Bush said today that he has learned from the mistakes in his life. The Republican Presidential candidate spoke one day after confirming that he had been arrested for drunk driving in 1976. Bush has built much of his campaign around the idea that he's more honest and trustworthy than Al Gore or Bill Clinton. Now, Bush faces questions about whether he made any misleading statements, as he tried to keep his past private. NPR's Steve Inskeep is covering the Bush campaign.
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