In Nevada, Bush says key to winning is to campaign with joy

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In Nevada, Bush says key to winning is to campaign with joy.

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A day after sharply criticizing Hillary Rodham Clinton while outlining his strategy to fight the Islamic State, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Wednesday the key to winning the 2016 election is “campaigning with your arms wide open” and “joy in your heart.” During a meet-and-greet in Reno, the former Florida governor told about 200 people to resist getting behind those candidates who appeal to voters’ anger and fear about the future. “I know how to win. “As the governor of Florida, Jeb built a strong record and proved to Americans his policies will help them advance toward a better tomorrow.” Heller said. “The nation needs the pragmatic, conservative, principled leadership that only Jeb provides. And Jeb understands why Nevada is important when appealing to the majority of American voters,” Heller said. “Most importantly, Jeb believes in growing the party and uniting it as he runs for president,” Heller said. “That’s exactly what America needs. Bush has scheduled a noon meet-and-greet Wednesday at a hotel next to Reno-Tahoe International Airport before heading for a 5:30 p.m. town hall meeting at a North Las Vegas community center.

I proudly endorse him to become the next president of the United States of America. ” “Jeb is a proven leader,” Hatch said. “He has a real record of cutting taxes, fostering job creation, and reforming government. Bush’s campaign swing through Nevada came the day after he hammered Clinton and President Barack Obama during a speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, arguing the departure of U.S. forces from Iraq in 2011 under their watch allowed Islamic State militants to take hold in the Middle East. In that speech, he questioned the idea that America and its allies are safer today than when Obama, with Clinton as his secretary of state, took office in 2009. But Bush told reporters after his Reno event there’s a difference between his criticism of Clinton’s policies and his rejection of campaigning by appealing to anger. “They are not personal attacks, for starters.

Bush left the town hall as some in the crowd of about 150 people chanted “black lives matter.” Several of those chanting also wore pink shirts that read “I stand with Planned Parenthood.”

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