A upcoming tell-all from former Vice President Dick Cheney will detail the dissension that divided him and President George W. Bush in the latter
years of their reign.
"When the president made decisions that I didn't agree with, I still supported him and didn't go out and undercut him," Cheney told writer Stephen Hayes, according to the New York Post. "Now we're talking about after we've left office. I have strong feelings about what happened.... And I don't have any reason not to forthrightly express those views."
The controversial Cheney has previously said that "the statute oflimitations has expired" on many of his political secrets.
The book will also include stories of the politician's interactions with authors, diplomats, policy experts and past political colleagues over the course of his career.
Cheney's release is due from Simon & Schuster's Threshold Editions in 2011.