Monday, August 3, 2020

Jeb Bush Wants Trump to Face Primary Challenge

Former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) wants “someone” to challenge President Donald Trump in next year’s Republican presidential primaries. 

Bush revealed how he felt while taping an episode of CNN’s “The Axe Files,” a podcast hosted by former Obama advisor and political strategist David Axelrod. (The Daily Caller)

“I think someone should run just because Republicans ought to be given a choice,” Bush said. “It’s hard to beat a sitting president, but to have a conversation about what it is to be a conservative — I think it’s important.”

Although Bush was an early favorite to win the GOP nomination in 2016, he dropped out of the contest early after losing in South Carolina.


Axelrod continued tweeting that the interview with Bush had proven to be “incredibly candid on all fronts” in terms of the former governor’s opinions on the current president, his policies and the Republican Party.


Bush reportedly also suggested that Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan might be the person to take up the nomination challenge. Bush spoke at Hogan’s Inauguration Day ceremonies and he told CNN that he “kind of got a sense that maybe this was an opening” for Hogan to consider a presidential campaign.

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