Meanwhile, there was some speculation that Trump’s debate performance, during which he said then-President George W. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, might hurt him.
“I hope conservatives have learned the lesson that anger is not an agenda, frustration is not a platform and when we fail to offer a bold, conservative agenda, the liberal left wins, government grows and the poor and middle class continue to suffer”, Lee said.
“To sit there and put [President Bush] down in front of my daughter, I didn’t know what to say to that”, she said. From the lectern, George W. Bush praised his younger brother as a candidate with “the experience and the character to be a great president”.
“He sounds like a liberal Democrat to me, Bret, he’s wrong”, Cheney said in an interview Monday on Fox New’s “Special Report with Bret Baier”.
This strategy by Jeb Bush’s campaign to embrace the family name, rather than run from it, is an escalation from New Hampshire, where former first lady Barbara Bush joined her son on the campaign trail for the first time.
George W. Bush, who has stayed out of politics for the most part since leaving office in early 2009, showed he remains an engaging speaker, generating cheers repeatedly over 20 minutes from the biggest crowd Jeb Bush has enjoyed in his campaign.
The governor said she has talked with all of the candidates and expects to decide “soon” whether she will make an endorsement.
“Overall just 36% of Republican primary voters in the state are glad the North emerged vic torious to 30% for the South, but Trump’s the only one whose supporters actually wish the South had won”, PPP points out.
Voters in SC are less apt to say they trust Trump on social issues and on foreign policy, yet he is still near the top of the list of preferred candidates even on those issues.
Right to Rise USA, the heavily funded super PAC backing Bush, has reduced its radio and television ad spending by almost $3 million across seven states that vote in the coming weeks, according to Kantar Media’s Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG) data. And his response standing there on the stage is he said well, I do think Planned Parenthood does wonderful things. “I think somebody at Wall Street Journal doesn’t like me but I never do well with the Wall Street Journal poll”, Trump said. “He’ll have a following; he just hasn’t gotten any momentum”.
Since the Republican presidential race began, Jeb Bush has been dropping in the polls. Bush’s campaign now sees an opening to capitalize on Rubio’s fifth-place finish in New Hampshire, while Kasich’s strong second-place showing there has given the OH governor reason to keep his campaign going until primaries in friendlier territory in the Midwest. The state threw a curveball in 2012 by awarding the GOP primary to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, whose only other victory came in his home state of Georgia.
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Bush had previously insisted on keeping his glasses.
That’s when Jeb Bush hit back.