Saturday, February 23, 2008
From a New York Times account of Bob Geldof's journey with George Bush on his recent African trip --
There was, for instance, the flight on Air Force One. Not in the crowded press cabin in the back, mind you, but up front in presidential splendor. There, by Mr. Geldof’s account, he and the president swapped stories about life on the road (Mr. Geldof was particularly interested in how the White House handles presidential laundry) and talked policy.
Unfortunately, Bob was probably sworn to secrecy on the answer.