In a response to Trump’s call for deporting all those here illegally, Bush said he favors creating a path to citizenship for those who play by the rules.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has written an e-book recalling his days as Florida governor, including the year 2004 when the state was struck by four hurricanes within a six-week span. Bush won widespread praise, even among critics, for his deft handling of the storms. Ramos was later allowed back into the event and the two had a testy exchange. “But I also think he’s in as much trouble for his original comments about Latinos, then trying to explain it away by criticizing Asians“. “How about that?”
More trouble for Donald Trump?
PolitiFact Florida rated Bush’s statement Half True.
Bush showed flashes of frustration as questions about the label largely overshadowed an apparent effort to use his border trip to portray his immigration ideas as more thoughtful than Trump, who has proposed ending birthright citizenship.
Bush’s roughly 45-minute appearance at Palenque Grill followed a fundraiser here that cost $1,000 to attend and a private briefing on border security with local officials.
“When he does choose to tell the truth”, the Times concludes (quite unfairly, since they have caught him in no untruth except the small and indirect one about Asian babies), “he should find a more persuasive way to do it”. “Talking is not leadership”.
“We need to finish up”.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. “He got flustered, as he is apt to do when reporters listen more to his words than his intentions”, he argues.
While he may not like talking about Trump, he hinted in one of his answers that he’s following his rival closely. Trump let me know he’s arranged to counter Bush’s commercial purchase with “whatever it takes”.
Bush is holding the town hall to discuss veterans affairs at the VFW Post in Englewood.
Not missing a beat, Bush quickly caught onto the reference.
Jason Chung, the director of Asian Pacific Americans Engagement for the Republican National Committee, which does not endorse a candidate in the GOP presidential primary, said in an email that the party is “committed to engaging all voters in all communities across the country“, and that competing for the Asian-American vote is a “top priority”. “I’m glad he brought it up and I’m glad it’s getting attention”. What’s up with this?
“Do we have to talk about that guy?”
He also pointed to the nation’s broken immigration system, suggesting that the answer is not a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants but instead a “path to legal status”.
At Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, Bush remains the favorite with 13/8 odds of capturing the Republican nomination for the November 2016 election, said spokesman Rory Scott. But the editorial maintains that people don’t really care about billions of dollars and their civil liberties, which is surprising since it seems to me that these concerns are raised, as applied to various issues, several times a week on the New York Times editorial page itself.