Jeb Bush Rebuts Trump For Rude Comments About His Father


Former governor Jeb Bush just stood up to defend his father George H.W. Bush from  Donald Trump and his unhinged verbal attacks.

During a Trump rally in Arizona, the ex-president claimed in a huge whopper that the elder statesman, president number 41, moved “millions and millions of documents,” to bizarre location, according to The Daily Beast:

‘[T]ook millions and millions of documents to a former bowling alley pieced together with what was then an old and broken Chinese restaurant. They put them together. And it had a broken front door and broken windows. Other than that, it was quite secure.’

In a tweet Jeb Bush scored a direct hit against Trump with his much sharper weapon, his wit. Then the younger Bush brother referred to his father enjoying Chinese food and bowling a split, leaving two pins standing. But that had little to do with Trump’s claim of “millions and millions of documents:”

‘I am so confused. My dad enjoyed a good Chinese meal and enjoyed the challenge of [a] 7-10 split. What the heck is up with you?’

Jeb Bush ran against Trump in the 2016 election, when the strange newcomer to the political scene dubbed the former governor “low energy.”

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