Jeb Bush in 2016? George P. Bush pronounced it’s now “more than likely” that his father will run for president.
“It’s some-more than expected that he’s giving this a critical suspicion and … relocating forward,” a younger Bush pronounced in an ABC News interview that aired Sunday. Asked by ABC’s Jonathan Karl if that meant a former Florida administrator will “more than likely” burst into a 2016 race, George P. Bush pronounced his criticism meant “that he’ll run. If we had asked me a few years back, we would have pronounced it was reduction likely.”
Jeb Bush is deliberate a tip claimant for a GOP presidential assignment and a favorite among mainstream Republicans looking for someone with executive and legislative experience, and who also has extended appeal. He has prolonged reached out to Hispanics, who have voted Democratic in new presidential elections. The elder Bush also has been demure to put his family by a heated inspection of a inhabitant race, though recently pronounced his wife, Columba, has been “supportive” as he considers a 2016 race.
George P. Bush, who is using for Texas land commissioner, told ABC News that Jeb Bush’s family would support him “100%” if he motionless to run. The younger Bush pronounced he hasn’t suspicion about using for boss and following his grandfather, George H.W. Bush, and uncle, George W. Bush, into a White House.