This might very well be the next President of the United States..
He seems strong, confident, smart, but also laid-back, charming and solid.
He will probably be his own man pretty quickly, as he doesn’t remind you at all of his brother, when he’s speaking. He’s also confronting issues head on, and tackling critical questions well.
He might draw huge swaths of independents voters and center folks to vote for him, especially if Hillary continues with her horrible campaign preparations.
There needs to be done some electoral math analysis – but Jeb already seems a lot stronger after the reluctant candidate thing seems to fade away…
Hudson, New Hampshire (CNN)As Jeb Bush tried to greet and make small talk with workers at a local business in New Hampshire, he had a hard time ignoring the crush of reporters and cameras that surrounded him during his first trip to the state in 15 years.
“Howdy, how are you?” he said to one woman, shaking her hand. “What do you think of all of this?”
“It’s crazy,” she responded.
He paused, acknowledging her assessment with a friendly nod. “That just shows you’re a normal person.”
(..) As one person at the business was taking photos, Bush joked to the man that he’ll be able to show his grandchildren what the media was like 30 years from now “when there’s no press left.”“You’ll all be automated and digitized I’m sure, right?” Bush said, turning to the dozens of reporters around him.
At another point during the tour, Bush stopped mid-conversation with one of the owners and surveyed the media. “I’ll get used to this, I think.”