Jeb Bush has always been a little different than most presidential candidates.
The former Florida governor is a man of many contradictions, from his political leanings to his views on foreign policy.
But now that he’s in the race, he’s finally come to the conclusion that a lot of the money he’s spending on his campaign is just a waste.
In a new interview with Axios, the former president and former vice president revealed he’s a man who wants to pay his fair share and believes his fellow Republicans have a lot to learn from his mistakes in the 2008 presidential race.
Here’s what he had to say about what he’s learned: “I think I’m just learning more and more about the campaign.
I think it’s been a really great learning experience.
I’m very proud of what I’ve learned.
I just think it is a lot more difficult now to be successful than I was then.
I thought the campaign had a really good chance. “
I just think the reality is we didn’t do very well, we didn.
I thought the campaign had a really good chance.
But it was a campaign that wasn’t really focused on policy and really focused a lot on branding and a lot about fundraising.
We have a president that is not just a very experienced person, but also a very skilled fundraiser. “
It’s a much different situation now.
We have a president that is not just a very experienced person, but also a very skilled fundraiser.
I learned a lot from that. “
When you look at my record, when you look back at the years that I’ve been here, we’ve learned so much.
I learned a lot from that.
I know that there were mistakes in that campaign.
But I don`t think we can really say the same about 2016.
I believe he’s the best candidate for the job. “
Now, the most important thing I can say is that I want to do everything I can to help Jeb Bush get elected president of the United States.
I believe he’s the best candidate for the job.
I want him to get elected, and I want the rest of the country to support him.”