Bush Campaign Unveils Radio Ad Featuring George W. Bush

Jeb Bush prepares to fight establishment rivals in South Carolina.

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Ally Mutnick
Feb. 10, 2016, 8:31 a.m.

The cam­paign of former Flor­ida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) re­leased a new 60-second ra­dio ad Wed­nes­day in South Car­o­lina. It fea­tures former Pres­id­ent George W. Bush “talk­ing about Jeb’s ex­per­i­ence, ideas and re­solve that make him ready to be our Com­mand­er-in-Chief and in com­mand of our mil­it­ary.” (re­lease)

FOR­WARD MARCH. After se­cur­ing a fourth place fin­ish Tues­day night, Bush told sup­port­ers in New Hamp­shire he was ready for the next primary. Bush: “It looks like you all have re­set the race. This cam­paign is not dead. We’re go­ing to South Car­o­lina!” (Miami Her­ald)

“Bush is already lay­ing the ground­work for a bru­tal South Car­o­lina cam­paign against es­tab­lish­ment rivals” Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Sen. Marco Ru­bio (R-FL). In an in­tern­al memo, the Bush cam­paign hit home to sup­port­ers that Kasich “sup­por­ted gut­ting the mil­it­ary and has no vi­able path in the Pal­metto State.” Mean­while, Ru­bio “has lost mo­mentum and has been ex­posed as com­pletely un­pre­pared to be pres­id­ent.” (Politico)


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