Bush's Most Anxious Moment
As the President prepares to move out of the White House, he reveals his most difficult moment as Commander-In-Chief.
His most nerve-wracking moment? First learning about the attacks on 9/11? The realization there were no weapons of mass destruction? The colonoscopy? The shoes? Nope. Throwing out a pitch at the 2001 World Series: "I never felt that anxious any other time during my presidency, curiously enough."