One particularly entertaining one is from Henry Kissinger. Here’s how Kissinger pretends to see the world, when writing to a judge:
I met Scooter early in the second Bush administration, when he served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Cheney. In that capacity, he attended all my meetings with the Vice President. He also acted as a kind of liaison for me to the National Security process. I was deeply impressed by his dedication, seriousness, patriotism and essential dignity…in my observations, he pursued his objectives with integrity and a sense of responsibility.
Here’s how Henry Kissinger actually sees the world, from The Final Days:
Kissinger counseled his aides that deviousness was part of their job [on the National Security Council]. “You systems-analysis people have too much integrity,” he told one of them. “This is not an honorable business conducted by honorable men in an honorable way. Don’t assume I’m that way and you shouldn’t be.”