Jeb Bush, dogged by accusations that he is “low energy,” tried a Clark Kent-style move on the campaign trail to emphasize his connection to Ronald Reagan–and his father, George H.W. Bush.
Jeb Bush took a turn Saturday playing the Republican version of Superman.
During a campaign office opening in Miami, Bush opened his white button-down shirt to reveal an emblem that’s iconic — at least to conservatives: The Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush 1984 campaign logo.
“Let me show you something,” he told the crowd as he unbuttoned his shirt. “That’s the party I believe in: Reagan and Bush.”
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