On Sunday’s broadcast of CBS’s “Face the Nation,” former Reagan speechwriter and current columnist for The Wall Street Journal Peggy Noonan weighed in on the stumbles of Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush.
Noonan acknowledged Bush had a difficult week, but she compared him to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, also a presidential hopeful, and said he deserved credit for not shying away from the media.
“He deserves, I think, great credit in this,” Noonan said. “He’s going to the press every day, he’s taking questions, he’s being out there, he’s doing sit-down interviews. Mrs. Clinton instead is doing, sort of, a silent movie of a campaign in which she doesn’t feel she has to do those things. I don’t think that’s a good way to go and will problematic for her down the road.”
(h/t The Daily Caller)
Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor