Jeb Bush: I’m Still The No. 1 Target For The Donald’s Insults

AP

Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Thursday that he still believed he was GOP rival Donald Trump’s target, despite comments he had made about other Republican hopefuls, according to The Washington Post.

On Wednesday, comments that Trump made about Republican rival Carly Fiorina surfaced. And on Thursday, GOP hopeful and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal exchanged words on social media with The Donald.

Bush addressed those new Trump targets Thursday and said, “They have to get in line,” according to the newspaper.

“I think I’m still the number one beneficiary of The Donald’s insults,” he added, according to the report. “But look, he is who he is. He likes to disparage people.”

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