‘I am the king of the hill’: Fox News pundit says he will ‘keep the house on the up’
Fox News commentator and former Florida governor Jeb Bush has a message for the rest of us if he wants to be king of hill: keep the house up.
In an interview with Fox News Sunday’s Bret Baier, Bush said that he was ready to win the presidency.
He went on to call out President Donald Trump and his policies on the border wall, which he has said could cost millions of dollars, the Paris climate agreement, and immigration.
He also took aim at Trump’s criticism of his rival Hillary Clinton’s health, saying, “I’m not going to sit here and try to compare her to the President of the United States.
She’s a much better person.”
Bush’s comments come on the heels of Trump accusing Clinton of “playing the health card.”
He also called for the president to resign.
“I’m a little disappointed in him.
I’m a great fan of the President, but I don’t think he should resign.
He should not resign,” Bush said of Trump in an interview last month.
“We don’t need to sit around and wait for the country to get back to normal.”
Bush said that it was the president’s decision whether he wants Trump to step down, and the former president believes that it’s in the public interest for the nation to wait for Trump to take a breather.
He said that while he believes the president should step down in a few days, he has not yet decided what that decision will be.
Bush’s wife, Columba, was hospitalized for a while following a fall on April 12, 2016, and he said that they are “all very, very healthy.”
He said his wife has been “fine,” and said that she will be back to full health soon.
Bush has long been a strong supporter of the border walls, which have come under attack from Trump and congressional Democrats.
He said that if Trump wanted to go after Clinton’s physical condition, he could.
“The president has said he wants her to be a little bit better.
I think that’s what he wants, but if she’s not, then I think the president has an obligation to make sure she’s doing a little better,” Bush told Baier.