As The Blaze reported today, former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton spoke Thursday at a scholastic leadership event in Dallas, where they were asked to identify the most important quality someone must have to run for president. Bush’s answer was brief, but insightful.

“For presidential scholars, or other people watching,” moderator David Rubenstein asked, “if somebody wants to be president of the United States, is the quality most important hard work? Intelligence? Optimism? Luck? What do you think it takes for somebody who says ‘I wanna be president, I wanna be like you, I wanna be like you.”

“Humility,” Bush answered immediately.

“I think it’s really important to know what you don’t know,” he explained, “and listen to people who do know what you don’t know.”

Sure ‘W’ easy to say this now, because let’s face it, your arrogance fueled the uprising of ISIS and you almost threw the U.S. Economy off a cliff because of your arrogance as president. Guess it is good to reflect on your mistakes in life, huh?