Byline: Greg Pierce
Georgette Mosbacher, who was vice chairman of Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign in 2000, now says she feels "betrayed" by the Arizona Republican.
"I feel betrayed and I'm so very disappointed in John," Mrs. Mosbacher told the New York Post.
Mrs. Mosbacher, the wife of former President George Bush's commerce secretary, Robert Mosbacher, is one of the GOP's top fund-raisers and helped pour "several hundreds of thousands of dollars" into Mr. McCain's campaign coffers.
"I think John doesn't appear to be making any effort to work with the president. On the contrary," she said.
"I feel at the very least the obligation of every Republican is to give the president the benefit of the doubt and try to work with him. I don't think he did that," said Mrs. Mosbacher, who is a member of the Republican National Committee from New York.
CARTER RAPS BUSH
Former President Jimmy Carter strongly criticizes President Bush in an interview with a Georgia newspaper.
"I have been disappointed in almost everything he has done," Mr. Carter told the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer in an interview last week from his home in …