Former President Bush Hits The Campaign Trail And Responds To Trump’s Attacks

Former President George W. Bush hit the campaign trail in support of his brother Jeb on Tuesday.  While speaking to the crowd in North Charleston, South Carolina, Bush hit back at Trump for all the attacks that have been aimed at Jeb and him personally.


Bush didn’t mention Trump by name, but it is clear who he was talking about.  “I understand that Americans are angry and frustrated,” Bush said, “but we do not need someone in the Oval Office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration.  We need someone that can fix the problems that cause our anger and frustration.”

Naturally the candidate whom Bush believes that can fix all those problems is his brother Jeb.  “I came here for two reasons: one, because I care deeply about Jeb, and two, because I care deeply about our country.”

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