Jeb Bush, no longer the Republicans’ Mr. Inevitable

18 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bush says Trump does not understand responsibility of being president.

Kinzinger, a Jeb Bush supporter, appeared on ABC’s “This Week” and told host George Stephanopoulos, “Look Donald Trump, when he talks about foreign policy he doesn’t go any further than one layer deep. Jeb Bush is still trailing Donald Trump in the race for the Republican nomination, and some new, personal insults coming the former Florida governor’s way escalated a war of words this weekend.

Bush said Trump doesn’t have “a broad sense of the responsibilities of what it is to be a president,” specifically criticizing Trump’s foreign policy positions, in an interview with CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.The feud between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush over the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks escalated on Sunday as Trump argued that his hard-line stance on immigration would have prevented the attacks while Bush defended his brother’s handling of them. And so when people get to understand beyond what he says on the surface, what he really believes, they’ll see there’s nothing there or it’s not in line with what Republicans believe and our principles.” George Stephanopoulos: Congressman Kinzinger, Jeb Bush out this morning saying he has grave doubts about Donald Trump’s finger on a nuclear trigger, Says he’s an actor playing the role for a candidate for president.

Bush, saying “When you talk about George Bush, I mean, say what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time.” He later tweeted a question to Bush, asking why his brother attacked and destabilized the Middle East “attacking Iraq when there were no weapons of mass destruction? Bush, for his part, defended his brother Sunday against Trump’s Sept. 11 insults, explaining that the former President simply “responded to a crisis, and he did it as you would hope a President would do.” “He united the country,” Bush said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “He organized our country, and he kept us safe. Bush for 9/11, but if he were president at the time, things would have been different. “I am extremely, extremely tough on illegal immigration,” Trump said. “I’m extremely tough on people coming into this country.

Trump, the presumptive Republican front-runner, and Bush, who is trailing in national polls, have been trading insults for weeks as the battle for their party’s nomination has intensified. “He was President, OK?” the GOP front-runner then added. “Blame him, or don’t blame him, but he was President.

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