Former President George W. Bush acknowledged Sunday that he may have downplayed how much he sought advice from his father during his presidency, a sign of the influence George H.W. Bush still has over his son.
It was a reminder that the father's legacy could have a powerful impact if another of his sons, Jeb Bush, wins the White House.
George W. Bush made the comments in a public forum Sunday, talking about his father's biography with the book's author, Jon Meacham.
Meacham recalled a conversation with George W. Bush for the book: "I think you downplayed at times how much you talked to your dad." The younger Bush nodded his acknowledgment.
The forum at...