American writer Gore Vidal believes that Americans will need "100 years to repair all evil" made by President George W. Bush, according to an interview published Saturday, the Spanish newspaper El Mundo said on Tuesday.
"The president behaved like a real killer, but we do not have the courage to dismiss him because he violated the U.S. constitution, " the writer said about the war in Iraq, the war that strongly criticize the U.S..
"We live in a dictatorship. We have a fascist government controlling the media. I left after the republic, " said Vidal, a violent speech against President Bush, while the latter is located on a farewell tour in Europe.
Gore Vidal, author of books "Lincoln" or "Empire" is considered, in those 82 years old, one of the greatest American essayist and novelist of the 20th century, radical critic of U.S. policy.
The subject of Barack Obama, the Democratic candidate in U.S. presidential elections, Vidal said that he thought a moment: "This is a demagogue, however, is smart and a smart president would be a genuine novelty in the White House. "
Barack Obama has a chance to win election in November, ahead of John McCain, "if it will live" at that time, "added Vidal.