Jeb Bush Calls Donald Trump A “Buffoon” And A “Clown”

Jeb Bush - Photo by the World Affairs Council

The half-dozen conservative senators and governors who had planned to run before Bush brought out his shock-and-awe fundraising campaign, had to laugh: They viewed Bush himself as an intruder, a political semi-retiree who sat on the sidelines for eight years while they fought Barack Obama. Now it was Bush’s turn to rage at an outsider.

“Seriously, what’s this guy’s problem?” he asked one party donor he ran into recently, according to accounts provided by several sources close to Bush—and he went on to describe the publicity-seeking real estate developer now surging in public polls far ahead of Bush and all the 15 others in the Republican field as “a buffoon,” “clown” and “asshole.”

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1 thought on “Jeb Bush Calls Donald Trump A “Buffoon” And A “Clown””

  1. Play Nice?
    If Mr. Bush is calling names that is not my idea of playing nice.
    The fact is if anyone looks into the past history of this candidate playing nice is not one of the terms I would use.
    There is a huge scandal in the past concerning election procedures in a previous presidential election. The lady in question that made the decisions was backed by Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida at the time.
    It was a critical vote that elected a President.
    All and anything in a candidate’s past is open to debate. That is not playing nice. But it is a key truth to really running for President.
    But those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
    Mr. Romney was a business man that made his money off the shipwrecked businesses of our time.
    In doing so, he was responsible for a good number of American Workers being put out on the streets.
    Do not think the Democrats didn’t push this issue in the election for President. That is one reason why he failed to get enough votes to become President.
    Ignoring “facts” made Mr. McCain a poor choice as well.
    What is supposed to happen is you put up the best person that has a chance to win the Presidency.
    What often happens is we are left with a choice of two poorly put together candidates. What happens is the one that produces the best image is the one that usually wins. And all the King’s horses and all the King’s men, could not put Humpty Dumpty back together again.
    And the popular vote candidate is not always the one that becomes President.
    When it goes for a vote with the College after the first vote, the representatives can vote which ever way they want.
    Trump actually has a better chance because of his business past than most.
    The question in my mind is who will he want as his Vice President?
    Because one of those candidates might become your next Vice. Jeb Bush could just be that candidate that is one heart beat away from becoming President. The Speaker of the House is next in line. That is the same person who voted for Planned Parenthood.
    If I understand Donald Trump, he doesn’t want a loser in that position. And that in a few words is what horrifies the endless list of candidates that might win the election for President. We really need to pay a lot of attention to who is second in line. Or third.
    We also need to know what the candidate will do and how he will act as President of this country.
    Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a “Buffoon” and a “Clown” while he is way in the lead to be the candidate? That is not presidential material. It is the speech of a looser just as Donald Trump says.

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