During a new radio interview, Jeb Bush tore into Donald Trump and said he doesn't believe for a second that the plutocrat's actually toning down his ideas on immigration.
Donald Trump is ramping up his use of a phrase that he once brutally mocked Jeb Bush for using during the Republican primaries. On both Thursday and Friday, the Republican nominee tweeted that he "will fix it" when it comes to improving...Show More Summary
As Donald Trump softens his harsh rhetoric on immigration, Jeb Bush has issued his own critique: The GOP nominee is “morphing” and Bush doesn’t like it. “All the things that Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into — it’s kind of disturbing,”...
"All the things Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into." The post The ultimate indignity: Jeb Bush dunks on Trump over amnesty confusion appeared first on Hot Air.
For more than a year, Donald Trump took the hardest line on immigration - vowing to deport 11 million illegal immigrants en masse and pillorying his GOP primary rivals as … Click to Continue »
Campaign 2016 updates: Clinton slams Trump for 'pushing discredited conspiracy theories' Aug. 25, 2016, 2:14 p.m. Hillary Clinton skewered Donald Trump for directly appealing to white nationalists.Hillary Clinton charges Donald Trump with giving conspiracy theorists, racists "a national megaphone"Trump...
Jeb Bush told WABC that he doesn’t believe Donald Trump has had a sincere policy evolution on immigration. Said Bush: “I don’t know what to believe about a guy who doesn’t believe in things. This is all a game. His [...]
Donald Trump defeated 16 rivals in the Republican primaries by being the most anti-immigrant of them all, promising to build a giant wall on the border and deport millions. He labeled opponents like Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio as weak and amnesty-loving, and his extreme rhetoric pushed the entire debate over immigration to the right. … Click to Continue »
Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh on Thursday noted the irony in Donald Trump being the person to persuade the Republican base into supporting amnesty. "Could you imagine what it's like to be Jeb Bush today? Who knew? Limbaugh said, pausing to laugh. Show More Summary
Immigration hardliner Mark Krikorian finds a silver lining in Donald Trump's ham-handed softening on immigration: Trump probably just threw away his only remaining chance to win in November with Wednesday’s Jeb Bush impersonation. He...Show More Summary
Contrary to previous reports, while there may not have been a major speech about Trump’s position on immigration, there was something of a pivot...
I was out sick most of the afternoon yesterday but I gather that Trump has signaled that he is basically adopting the Jeb Bush position on immigration - a position which his most fervent supporters have frequently called "amnesty." Now,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s apparent embrace of Jeb Bush’s immigration plan will have real and serious consequences, even while — as we expect — his staff tries to mop up the mess and insist that Trump has been entirely consistent. Asked what he would do with illegal immigrants who had not committed crimes, Trump had this to […]
In early July, Jeb Bush told MSNBC: ? The tragedy of this though is that there isn’t going to be a wall built. And Mexico’s not going to pay for it. And there’s not going to be a ban on Muslims. None of that, this was all, like, a alternative universe that he created. Show More Summary
"The weakest person on this stage by far on illegal immigration is Jeb Bush." - Donald Trump The post LOL! Trump’s Stances On Immigration Now Mirror…Jeb Bush’s appeared first on RedState.
If Lyft’s Logan Green and John Zimmer were to write a business book, what might the title be? How about “7 Habits of Highly Ineffectual Companies”? Or “How To Win Friends While Getting Your Ass Kicked By A Company Everyone Hates”? Or perhaps, “Travis Moved My Cheese, But That’s Ok. Show More Summary
Smart vicious versus stupid vicious. Such is the new strategic vision of the Trump campaign. Don’t write it off too soon. Smart vicious is attacking Jeb Bush as low energy and doubling down on Little Marco Rubio’s “small hands” crack. Show More Summary
Seeking to duplicate his success in describing Jeb Bush as “low energy,” Mr. Trump has taken to arguing that Mrs. Clinton is too tired to lead the country.
Carlos Gutierrez, who was secretary of commerce under President George W. Bush from 2005 to 2009, says he will be voting for Hillary Clinton in November. “I would have preferred Jeb Bush, but I think Hillary is a great choice,” he said on CNN. Show More Summary
Former GOP presidential candidate, Jeb Bush allegedly believes that Donald Trump’s campaign may be a conspiracy to ensure that Hillary Clinton will be elected as president in November. Bush took to Twitter to claim that Hillary and Donald are “thick as thieves” and “are on the same team.” Most people hate to admit it, but... Show More Summary