Jindal: Voters Will Get Past Trump’s ‘Summer of Silliness,’ ‘Insults’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Republican presidential hopeful Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said voters will get past Republican front-runner’s Donald Trump’s “summer of silliness, and insults,” and center in on a candidate with “intelligence, the courage, the experience.”

Jindal said, “I think Donald Trump has done a great job of tapping into the anger and frustration voters feel not only with President Obama but with the Republican leadership as well.  What the polls tell me is that nobody has any real votes right now. I think that after we get past this summer of silliness, and insults the voters will look at who’s prepared to do the job? Who has the intelligence, the courage, the experience? I believe I’m the candidate best able to do this job on the first day. ”

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