Jeb Bush’s Greatest Weakness: ‘I Don’t Suffer Fools’

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In a profile with, former Florida governor Jeb Bush says his greatest weakness is being unable to “suffer fools,” and hinted that’s the source of his distaste for the politics of Donald Trump.

When asked to describe his greatest weakness, Bush replied “I’d say it’s impatience. I don’t suffer fools well, although a grinder would also try to work on that.” is a website with a readership of younger women.

Bush describes himself in the interview as a “grinder” and an “introvert.”

“I’m a grinder….I’ve never taken more than a week off in my adult life. I truly believe work is a virtue, it gives you purpose,” he said.

Being an introvert, he explained, is his greatest strength. “I’m an introvert. Introverts have a huge advantage over extroverts,” he said. “We can create a mission and we can act on it.”

He also admitted that the first thing he would like the White House chef to make him once he was elected president was “tacos al carbon.

“I’m paleo but I’d have a cheat meal the first day,” he said.