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Jeb Bush's super PAC just trolled Donald Trump at his own campaign event

Jeb Bush has been stepping up his attacks against real estate mogul Donald Trump in recent days, and  Friday night may have been the most audacious attack yet, from the powerful outside group supporting Bush's candidacy. Trump is speaking at Ladds-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama tonight and city officials are expecting a turnout of some 35,000 people. Moments before Trump was expected to take the stage, a plane flew over the stadium with a banner saying "Trump 4 higher taxes.
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