Katie Bo Williams, The Hill – February 13, 2016
The communications director for Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign on Saturday night mocked the appearance of GOP front-runner Donald Trump. “Just saw Trump in the bathroom line. He wanted more make-up,” Tim Miller, also the co-founder of the conservative opposition group America Rising, tweeted during the South Carolina debate.
Scott Conroy, Huffington Post – February 7, 2016
With two days to go until the New Hampshire primary, a voter who lives in this heavily Republican town provided HuffPost with a jarring direct mailer that he received from Conservative Solutions PAC — the super PAC that is backing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).
Ashley Parker, New York Times – February 6, 2016
The man who stood at Jeb Bush’s rally here Saturday morning had not a question but a comment. A metaphor, really. About a boxing match.
Nolan D. McCaskill, Politico – February 5, 2016
Former first lady Barbara Bush has some advice for Jeb Bush ahead of Saturday’s Republican debate: Man up. “He’s almost too polite. I don’t advise him, but if I gave him advice I would say, ‘Why don’t you interrupt like other people do?’” Barbara Bush said in a joint interview with her son that aired Friday on “CBS This Morning.” She was referring to her son’s performance in the Republican debates.
Eliot Smilowitz, The Hill – January 22, 2016
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is taking his insult game to a new level, turning his fire on Jeb Bush’s mother. After a campaign ad earlier Friday where former first lady Barbara Bush that took veiled shots at Trump, the billionaire businessman shot back by calling Jeb Bush a mama’s boy.
I Agree to See – January 20, 2016
Jeb Bush has repeatedly tried to show voters that he can be a tough guy, despite what Donald Trump says. But in his latest ad, the former Florida Governor lets his guard down a bit, and opens up about his seldom-mentioned daughter who publicly struggled with drug addiction while Jeb was in office.
Sally Kohn, CNN – December 23, 2015
Trump said something offensive. Republican policies toward women and women’s health are offensive. Accusing women who point this out of playing the victim? That’s also offensive. Women all over this country hear very clearly what Republicans are saying and don’t like it.
Ashley Killough, CNN – December 22, 2015
Jennifer Jacobs, Des Moines Register – December 3, 2015
“Hillary Clinton’s life revolves around her political ambitions and that’s why she changes her views based on the public sentiment of the here and now. I mean, her views on Syria have changed four times. … We don’t need another hyper-political president,” he said.