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Jun 11 2012
Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida said his father, George Bush, and Ronald Reagan would find themselves out of step with todays Republican Party because of its strict adherence to ideology and the intensity of modern partisan warfare.New York Times (News)
Jun 13 2012
Conservatives in the blogosphere lashed out at Jeb Bush for saying that Ronald Reagan and his father, George H.W. Bush, would not have fit well in the modern Republican Party, ripping the former Florida governor as a “RINO and dismissing his “steaming pile of nonsense. The internet uproar was touched off by Bushs remarks at a Bloomberg View event on Monday when he said, “Ronald Reagan wouldPolitico
Jun 14 2013
Two Republican Party stars clashed at a conservative conference Friday during a discussion of immigration reform, illustrating the party's divide on the major issue currently moving through Congress.HuffPost
Jun 12 2012
Mr. Bush said todays Republican Party is out of step with the legacy of his father and Ronald Reagan.New York Times (News)
Oct 20 2015
Former President George W. Bush reportedly ripped into Texas Sen.Cruz at a fundraiser for his brother Jeb.Fox News (Online News)
Apr 02 2023
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at the Detroit Economic Club in Detroit, Mich., on Feb. 4, 2015. (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images) Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has joined other Republicans in criticizing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg over his indictment against former President Donald Trump. “Bragg’s predecessor didn’t take up the case. The Justice Department didn’t take up the case. BraggThe Epoch Times
Feb 25 2016
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has apologized to those who donated to his presidential campaign, which he suspended after a poor showing in the South Carolina Republican primary.
“I’m sorry that it didn’t turn out the way that I intended,” Bush said, according to the New York Times. “When I launched the campaign in front of three or four thousandHuffPost
Dec 31 2015
Many Republicans may have sided with Donald Trump's controversial proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S., but his rival Jeb Bush predicts that the GOP faithful will eventually oppose the plan and see it his way.NPR (Online News)
Dec 06 2015
Jeb Bush’s backers have watched as Mr. Bush debuted his White House bid amid chatter of inevitability, then plummeted in polls. They have seen him bungle a debate performance, losing a pivotal exchange to his one-time protégé, Senator Marco Rubio. And they have observed as Mr. Bush, in small towns and big cities, has proved a much less gifted campaigner than they anticipated.
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Oct 24 2015
Jeb Bush says he's not reducing his presidential campaign, he is simply refocusing it with an eye toward the early caucus and primary states.
"We've made an adjustment in our campaign," Bush said Saturday before conducting a town hall in the pivotal state of South Carolina. "That's what leaders do."
Stumping the Palmetto State a day after his campaign announced staff reductionsUSA TODAY