George W Bush: my brother Jeb ‘wants to be president’

by Raf Sanchez, Telegraph UK
October 3, 2014

George W Bush has declared his younger brother Jeb “wants to be president”, fuelling speculation that the Bush dynasty may soon launch a fresh bid to retake the White House.

Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, is seen as one of the Republican Party’s best hopes of defeating Hillary Clinton in 2016 and many party power brokers are eager for him to run.

Jeb Bush has said he’s still weighing his options but his elder brother is among those urging him to run.

“He and I had a conversation,” said Mr Bush. “I, of course, was pushing for him to run for president. He, of course, was saying, ‘I haven’t made up my mind.”

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Gloria Bouillion says:

    Oh, God let’s pray” Bubba” doesn’t run, less alone win, we really can and must vote for a younger person who can lead America and get our once beautiful country back on track. Let’s please put God back in our homes, country and our schools. God Bless America AGAIN.

  • savage24 says:

    A lot of people want to be President, that doesn’t mean that they could do a competent job of it. Look at what we have there now. Granted he would be an improvement over Obama, but these are extraordinary times and we need an extraordinary man. Jeb Bush should take his mothers advice, she said that the presidency didn’t need another Bush. I tend to agree with that.

  • defiant1 says:

    Well GW, we don’t want another RINO…….No to Jebby!

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