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Former President George W. Bush will sit down with Matt Lauer for an hour-long interview on NBC tonight. While some details of their discussion have leaked, Twitter was still excited to hear from the former president.

FOX's Karl Rove hyped his former boss's appearance on a rival network

Don't miss Matt Lauer on NBC tonight at 8 for President Bush’s 1st interview on 'Decision Points,' out tomorrow! than a minute ago via HootSuite

@delrayser gained new insight into the administration's decision-making process

W's decisions as president make a lot more sense once you realize he thought he was getting points for making them.less than a minute ago via web

Grouchy Australian movie star Russell Crowe endorsed the choice of Lauer...

Off to chat with Matt Lauer, very nice chap.His GW interview looks very interesting.Will have to watch that tonight.less than a minute ago via web

...while Jay Rosen wasn't so sure

How would you like to be the journalists—Matt Lauer, Candy Crowley—judged safe enough to interview Bush about his book?less than a minute ago via web

Gael Greene shared her theory on why Lauer was chosen

Maybe Bush chose Lauer cuz walking side by side in Texas they're same height while Brian Williams would tower above him. #fbless than a minute ago via web

The New York Times' Brian Stelter kindly provided us with our headline

Don't expect "Lauer/Bush" to be like "Frost/Nixon." "He’s not interested in having a debate about the policies." than a minute ago via web

Post Secret heard from a rogue shelver

Today's Email: "I moved Bush's new memoir to the crime section at my bookstore".less than a minute ago via web

@pourmecoffee found himself missing our current commander-in-chief

I miss President Obama. It's so boring without him here. I wish Lady Gaga would do something.less than a minute ago via tGadget

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