Jeb Bush Says His Brother George W. Advises Him on Israel



Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reportedly looks to his older brother, former President George W. Bush, for guidance on United States-Israel policy.

Sources told several media outlets that the younger Bush, a presumptive GOP presidential candidate, acknowledged his brother’s influence at an off-the-record gathering of financiers at the Metropolitan Club in New York City on Tuesday night.

“If you want to know who I listen to for advice, it’s him,” Bush said, according to the Washington Post.

The comment came as a surprise to many, because Bush has recently distanced himself from his brother’s controversial foreign policy record as president – insisting that he is his “own man.”

Bush’s Right to Rise PAC shared a statement from Tim Miller, a spokesman for the politician, with Yahoo News after being contacted for comment.

“Governor Bush deeply respects his brother’s service to this country and in response to a question about James Baker and Israel, he reiterated that he looks to his brother whose stalwart support for our ally is in line with his commitment to standing with Israel in the face of great threats to their security and our own,” it reads.

There was some confusion over whether Jeb Bush was referring exclusively to Israel or to the Middle East in general in his remarks.

Read more at Yahoo News.



  1. This whole Bush thing is way over hyped. He didn’t even announce yet. He is already behind in every poll. The two lefties, Reince Priebus and Karl Rove are not enough to help the unpopular Bush. Please stop wasting our time by reporting what this duffus does or doesn’t do.

  2. To ND:

    Yeh, they gave us McCshame and Mittens! Two smashing successes! The RINO’s have proven that they are L O S E R S! Its time for a true Conservative. Jeb Bush is just an overweight fat talent-less duffus!


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