In an exclusive talk with Nicolle Wallace, Jeb Bush explains why he’s skeptical about Trump making good on some of his promises. Bush talks about why he’ll...
In an exclusive sit-down with Nicolle Wallace, Jeb Bush says he won’t vote for Trump or Clinton in the 2016 election. He claims both candidates don’t “pass...
Jeb Bush has an exclusive conversation with Nicolle Wallace on what went wrong during his 2016 campaign. Bush then explains why the American people “will...
His disdain for Trump would heavily effect his willingness to vote him into office, it wouldn't be too farfetched to think he'd turn his attention to the next best thing. The post Rumors Circulate About Jeb Bush Endorsing Libertarian Gary Johnson appeared first on RedState.
CLEVELAND—They are the rarest of objects. Only three exist in the universe. Each one cost $53 million to make. I speak, of course, of Jeb Bush’s delegates to the GOP convention. Jeb campaigned earnestly—and, yes, expensively—for the better part of a year, yet this lonely trio was the sum fruit of his efforts. Show More Summary
George W. Bush is not endorsing Donald Trump. It makes sense; Trump slammed his brother Jeb and humiliated him time and time again on the campaign trail. Trump also blasted
Hedge fund manager, Anthony Scaramucci, began the 2016 election supporting Scott Walker, then Jeb Bush, and now he's completely behind Donald Trump. He tells us why the Republican presidential nominee is ready to lead the nation. Additional reporting by Josh Barro Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Jeb Bush's three delegates at the Republican National Convention cost him and his campaign around $50 million each. After being the 'hands down'...
HEY, BIG SPENDER: Bush’s three delegates cost $50 million each. Jeb was the wrong candidate running the wrong campaign in the wrong year, which everybody in the world seemed to know except for his donors.
Not since the Trump campaign bought up Jeb Bush's domain name has domain squatting been so sweet.
Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Neither George W. Bush, the Republican Party nominee in 2000 and 2004, nor Jeb, the dethroned Prince of Wales, will be in Cleveland. Nor will John McCain or Mitt Romney, the last two nominees. These...Show More Summary
Cleveland’s currently playing host to the Republican National Convention, a predicament it can blame on Jeb Bush’s lackluster (and failed) presidential campaign more than anything. After all, when the city bid on hosting the RNC about two years, it did so in anticipation of a routine event that would almost certainly not include an armed citizenry. Show More Summary
When Cleveland, Ohio, was bidding on the Republican National Convention to be held in their city two years ago, Samantha Bee described it as an easy listening concert hosted by Jeb Bush. Now it’s the apocalypse as a “rough beast slouches towards Cleveland,” Bee’s voiceover...
There is no pledge. There hasn't been one since Trump repudiated his. The post PRICELESS. Trump Criticizes Jeb Bush For Breaking the Same Pledge Trump Broke (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.
While he has no doubt tapped into the anxiety so prevalent in the United States today, I do not believe Donald Trump reflects the principles or inclusive legacy of the Republican Party. And I sincerely hope he doesn’t represent its future. As much as I reject Donald Trump as our party leader, he did [...]
Former Republican Speaker of the House and Donald Trump supporter Newt Gingrich ripped the Bush family on Good Morning America Monday for skipping the Republican National Convention, calling them sore losers who were still upset Jeb Bush didn't win.
Having lost the presidential primary in dramatic fashion against Donald Trump, the man originally considered a frontrunner for the GOP candidacy, Jeb Bush, laid out his "vision" to reclaim the Republican Party from Donald Trump’s “nativist...Show More Summary
Like a lot of us, former presidential candidate Jeb Bush has surveyed the Republican landscape and is asking, “What the fck?” Bush, governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007, is incredulous that Donald Trump’s gotten the reins of his party and seems intent or riding everyone off a cliff. “Call it a tipping point, a... Read more »
Jeb Bush is bummed that the con he's played on Republicans for decades has finally collapsed on itself. For those of you who thought “Please clap” was rock bottom for the depths of sadness plumbed by Jeb Bush this election cycle, I present to you his interview this week with Nicole Wallace. Show More Summary
It's been a busy day for Jeb Bush, who remains one of the major holdouts on supporting Donald Trump this November. He started the day off with a published op-ed slamming Donald Trump and re-iterating that he will not be voting for him in November. Show More Summary