With the Walter Isaacson Steve Jobs biography out Monday, outlets have read and reviewed the book, detailing the juiciest parts, including his warning that Obama is "headed to a one-term presidency." Isaacson had unprecedented access to Jobs, getting hundreds of interviews, including one weeks before his death. What have we learned so far? Steve Jobs was kind of a jerk. With everyone. Maybe someone wronged him as a small child? "Steve Jobs was often bullied in school," says the book, reports The Associated Press. School-yard scuffles or not, the book reveals that he wasn't exactly the nicest guy.
Even President Obama didn't get special treatment. Jobs almost missed his meeting with President Obama last fall, explains The Huffington Post. "Though his wife told him that Obama 'was really psyched to meet with you,' Jobs insisted on the personal invitation," The Huffington Post writes. "And the standoff lasted for five days." Princess Jobs didn't get his personal invite, but he didn't sweeten up his 'tude for the U.S. commander in chief. Jobs was characteristically blunt. "'You're headed for a one-term presidency,'" he told Obama at the start of their meeting," continues HuffPost.