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and achieved better schools. he faced down the unions and lifted up the children. >> florida record will be much of his speech, coming up. i'm shepard smith in new york. now "your world" with neil cavuto. >> and the buildup is on. welcome everybody i'm neil cavuto. waiting to hear from jeb bush who hopes to become the third bush who makes his way to the white house. his dad is not there his brother is not there but his mom is there and we're told he just talked to to his dad on the phone. this is jeb bush distinguishing himself from this family and other candidates. chance are he will have about $100 million to run this race at this stage of the game. $100 million. by comparison, mitt romney, four years ago at this very stage of the game, had $20 million and that was an eye-popping amount then. that was then. this is now. money is the great elixir, and
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we're told that hillary clinton has a similar war chest to go. so money will matter. the pressure right now is on front-running candidate many argue, has to share the wealth with other candidates. they're ready for the introduction of jeb bush, we're ready -- this is his time, the third bush to make a run for the white house here. keep in hind there is bush on a ticket -- since 1980 six time. >> proud we were able to make a difference. to change lives. we grew our economy and led the nation in job growth. defended life and protected women from domestic violence. elim fate wait, baseballed budgets, reformed school and gaffe every child an opportunity. we led. we reformed. we got results. that is missing from washington. the d.c. crowd talks about what
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is wrong with america. i see what is right. they talk about problems. i see solutions. i see hard working men and women who are ready to rise. children who are ready to learn. entrepreneurs who are ready to innovate. immigrants ready to contribute. america's bravest who are ready to defend. i see a great country on the verge over its greatest century and i'm ready to lead. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, may i present to you the next president of the united states of america, jeb bush! [cheers and applause]
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[cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> thank you all. thank you all. wow. [cheers and applause] >> thank you so much. thank you. mom, can you ask them to sit
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down, please? thank you all very much. you know, always feel welcome at miami-dade college. this is a place that welcomes everyone with their heart set on the future. a place where hope leads to achievement and striving leads to success. [applause] >> for all of us, it is just the place to be in the campaign that begins today. [cheers and applause] >> thank you. [cheers and applause] >> thank you.
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we're 17 months from the time for choosing. the stakes for america's future are about as great as they come. our prosperity, and our security are in the balance. so is opportunity in this nation where every life matters and everyone has the right to rise. [cheers and applause] >> already the choice is taking shape. the party now in the white house is planning a no suspense primary, for 0 a no are change election to hold on to power to slog on with the same agenda under another name. that our opponent's call to action this time around. that's all they've got left. [applause] >> and you and i know that america deserves better.
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[cheers and applause] >> they've offered a progressive agenda that includes everything but progress. they're responsible for the slowest economic recovery ever. the biggest debt increases ever. a massive tax increase on the middle class. the relentless buildup of the regulatory state. and the swift mindless drawdown of the military that was generations in the making. i for one am not eager to see what another four years would look like thunder that kind of leadership. the presidency should not be passed on from one liberal to the next. so here's what it comes town to. our country is on a very bad
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course and the question is what are we going to do about it? the question for me -- the question for me is, what am i going to do about it? and i've decided i'm a candidate for president of the united states. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [chanting] general, -- jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb, jeb. [cheers and applause]
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>> we will take command of our future once again in this country. we will lift our sights again. make opportunity common again. get events in the world move ought ware again weapon will take washington, the static capital of this dynamic country and turn it out of the business of causing problems and we'll get it back on the right side of free enterprise and freedom for all americans. [cheers and applause] i know we can fix this. because i've done it. [cheers andchance >> here's in the great and diverse state that looks so much like america so many challenges could be overcome if we could just get this economy growing at
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full strength. there's not a reason in the world why we cannot grow at a rate of 4% a year and that will bev my goal as president. [cheers and applause] four percent growth and 19 million new jobs that comes with it. [cheers and applause] >> economic growth that makes a difference for hard-working men and women who don't need a reminding that the economy is more than the stock market. growth that lifts up the middle class. all the families who haven't had a raise in 15 years. growth that makes a difference for everyone. it's possible. it can be done. we made florida number one in
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job creation, and number one in small business creation. 1.3 million new jobs. 4.4% growth. higher family income. eight balanced budgets and tax cuts eight years in row that saved our people and businesses $19 billion. [applause] >> all this plus the bond upgrade to triple-a, compared to the sorry downgrade of america's credit in these years. that was the commitment and that is the record that turned this state around. i also used my veto power to protect our taxpayers from needless spending. and if i'm elected president i'll show congress how that is done. [cheers and applause]
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[chanting] let go, jeb let go, jeb. let's go, general. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go jeb. let's go, jeb. >> thank you. thank you. leaders have to think big and we have a tax code filled with small time thinking and self-interested politics. what swarms of lobbyist is have done can undo.
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clearing out special favors for the the few reducing rates for all. what the irs epa and the entire boy -- bureaucracy have done with overregulation we can undo with act of congress and order of the president. >> federal regulation has gone far past the consent of the governed. it is time to start making rules for the rulemakers. when we get serious about limited government, we can pursue the great and worthy goals that america has gone too long without. we can build our future on solvency instead of borrowed money. we with north american resources and american inning nudity we
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can finally a -- ingenuity we can achieve energy leadership and we can make it happen within five years. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. let's go, jeb. >> if we do all of this, if we do it relent'slessly and do it rite with re make the united states of america an economic super power like no other. we will also challenge the can you to all that has made
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lobbying the premiere growth industry in our nation's capital. look, the rest of the country struggles under big government while comfortable complacent interest groups in washington have been thriving on it. a self-serving attitude can take hold in any capital just as it once did in tall has seem was a governor who refused to accept that as the normal or right way of conducting the people's business. i wail not accept it as the standard in washington, either. we don't need another president who merely holds the top spot among the pampered elites of washington. need a president willing to challenge ask and disrupt the whole culture in the nation's capitol, and i will be that president.
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[chanting] >> because i was a reforming for north just another member of the club there's no passing off responsibility when you're a governor. no blending into the legislative crowd or filing an amendment and calling that success. as our whole nation has learn since 2008, executive experience is another term for preparation and there is no substitute for that. [applause] >> we're not going to clean up the mess in washington by electing the people who helped create it or have proven incapable of fixing it. in government, if we gate few big things right we can make
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life better for millions of people especially for kids in public schools. think of what we all watched not long ago in baltimore where so many young adults are walking around with no vision of a life beyond the life they know. it's a tragedy. played out over and over and over again. after we reformed education in florida, low income student achievement improved here more than any other state. [cheers and applause] we stopped processing kids along as if we didn't care, because we do care. and you don't show that by counting out anyone's child. you give them all a chance. [applause] here's what i believe. when a school is just another dead en, everybody parent should have the right to send their
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child to a better school. public private, or charter. [applause] every school should have high standards, and the federal government should have nothing to do with setting them. [applause] nationwide if i'm president, we will take the power of choice away from the unions and bureaucrats and give it back to parents. [cheering] >> we made sure of something else in florida.
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that children with developmental challenges got schooling and caring attention, just like every other girl and boy. we didn't leave them last in line. we put them first in line. because they're not a problem. they're a priority. that is always our first and best instink in this nation, yet these have been rough years for religious charities and their right of cop sheens, and the leading democratic candidate hinted of more trouble to come. secretary clinton insisted when the progressive agenda encounters religious beliefs to the contrary, those beliefs quote, have to be changed. that is what she said. that's what she said. and i guess we should at least
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thank her for the warning. [applause] >> the most galling example is the shabby treatment of the little sisters of the poor, christian charity that dared to voice objections of conscience to obama obamacare. the next president needs to make it clear that great charities need no federal instruction in doing the right thing. it comes down to a choice between the little sisters and big brother and i'm going with the sisters. [cheers and applause]
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[chanting] jeb, jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb. >> it's still a mystery to me why in these violent times the president a few months ago thought it relevant at a prayer breakfast to bring up the crusades. americans don't need lectures on the middle aged when we're dealing with modern horrors committed by fanatics. from the beginning our president and his foreign policy team have been so eager to be the historymakers they failed to be the peacemakers. with their phone it in foreign policy the obama-clinton -- kerry team is leading a legacy
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of crisis uncontained. violent, unopposed. enemies unnamed. friends undefended. and alliances unraveling. this supposedly risk adverse administration is also running us straight in the direction of the greatest risk of all military inforworth. it will go on -- inferiority. will go on until the president steps in to reed build our armed forces and take care or our troops and our veterans, and they have my word i will do it. [chanting] u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a.
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we keep dependable friends in this world by being dependable ourselves. i will rebuild our vital friendship and that starts we standing with the brave democratic state of israel. [applause] [cheers and applause] >> er american led alliances need rebuilding, too and better judgment is called for in relations far and near. 90 miles to the south there's a talk of the state visit by our outgoing president. but we -- >> boo! >> but we don't need a glorified tourist to go to havana in support of a failed cuba.
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[cheers and applause] >> we need, we need an american president to go to havana in solidarity with a free cuban people and i'm ready to be that president. [cheers and applause] great things like that can really happen and in this country of ours know, improbable things can happen as well. take that from a guy who met his first president on the day he was born, and his second on the day he was brought home from the hospital.
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[cheers and applause] >> the person who handled both introductions is here tied. she is watching what i say and frankly, with all these reporters around, i'm watching what she says, too. please say hello to my mom barbara bush. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause]
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>> by the way -- jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb jeb, jeb jeb jeb. >> by the way just so that our friends know, the next president of the united states will pass meaningful immigration reform so that will be solved. not by executive order. [cheers and applause]
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[cheers and applause] >> back to my family just for a second. >> we want jeb we want jeb we want jeb we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. we want jeb. >> i think i was talking about my mom. i kind of lost my train of thought here. long before the world knew my parents' name, i knew i was blessed to be their son. and they didn't mind it at all when i found my own path. it led from texas to miami by way of mexico. in 1971, eight years before then
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candidate ronald reagan said that we should stop thinking of our neighbors as foreigners i was ahead of my time in across the border outreach. across the plaza i saw a girl. she spoke only a little english. my spanish was okay but really not that good. with some intensive study we got that barrier out of the way in a hurry. in the short version it's been a gracious walk through the years with the former colombian -- >> whatever else, whatever else i might or might not have going for me, i've got the quiet joy
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of a man who can say the most wonderful friend he has in the world, his own wife. i love you. and together, we have had the not so quiet joy of raising three children, who have brought us nothing but happiness and prize. george know know know -- noel and general. -- jeb the boys brought us more bushes. their wives mandy and sandra, and our grandchildren the near whenever georgia prescott, vivian and jack. campaigns aren't easy and they're not supposed to be, and i know there are a lot of good people running for president. ite a future. not one of us deserves the job by right of resume, party
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seniority, family or family anywhere tim it's nobody's turn. it's everybody's test, and it's wide open. exactly as the contest for president should be. [applause] >> the outcome is entirely up to you. the voters. it's entirely up to me, to earn the nomination of my party and then to take our case across this great and diverse nation. as a candidate, i intends to let everyone hear my message including the many who can express their love of country in a different language. [speaking in foreign language] [speaking spanish]
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[speaking spanish] [cheers and applause] u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a. u.s.a., u.s.a., u.s.a.,. >> in any language, my message will be an optimistic one because i am certain we can make the decades just ahead the greatest time ever to be alive in this world. that chance, that hope, requires
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the best that is in us, and i will give it my all. [applause] >> i will campaign as i would serve. going everywhere. speaking to everyone. keeping my word. facing the issues without flinching. and staying true to what i believe. i will take nothing and no one for granted. i will run with heart and i will run to win. [cheers and applause] >> it begins here and now and i'm asking for your vote. thank you and god bless you all. i love you.
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[music] >> jeb bush making it official, he is the 11th entrant in the republican presidential race, 12th if you include the former issue issue issue which iser who is trike to make a name for himself. it's fair to say jeb bush won't be an outentrant. his money will make a difference. keep in mind at this point-the former florida governor has upwards of $100 million, five times what mitt romney had at this point in the campaign four years ago. but despite that advantage and despite the familiar name, the former florida governor making it clear and i quote here, not a one of us deserves this job by right of resume, party seniority, family or family narrative. it's nobody's turn. it's everybody's test and wide open exactly as a contest for president should be.
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bob cusack is in washington following this. he made a reverence to the fact his gravitas for the job is his experience in florida, conservative record. he says if you have any doubt look at what i left behind. a bond update. triple-a compared to sorry downgrade of america's credit. i wonder if he made a swipe at other candidates. what do you make of that, speak speech the momentum and what he has going for him? >> i thought it was very strong speech. he came out and gave some of what the base wanted and basically, look at my record. i'm a conservative. i cut taxes. i had job growth. it was very positive message. he mentioned the future many times, the crowd was very energetic. certainly one of the best speeches, national speeches, jeb bush has given and he needed it. he stumbled out of the gates. he did well and fed off the energy of the crowd. that is so important.
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one of the key messages was that he basically said, already, i have bush. bush is my last anytime but i'm an insider. i'm going to take on washington, take on the come and get things it's a message we have heard others say but he was saying it, and i thought that was key. >> he referred to his mother, referred to his own children, referred earlier on -- he called his father, president bush, and did refer to him as he made an offhand reference to his brother, the president, we he got to meet him when he was born mitchell only point here is that he just comes back from a european trip where he mentioned his dad a lot. very popular in germany they have a statue elected in this honor. and that's a delicate dance even though his brother has gained in popularity over the last year. is that delicate dance he has to continue to fine tune?
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>> absolutely. i thought he did it well today. he certainly mentioned his family. he mentioned his father and his brother. but -- he also mentioned other things the elephants in the room about immigration reform and used it to take a shot at president obama because he is a backer of immigration reform, but saying he wouldn't do it through executive actions like the president has instead would get congress to pass it. that's a tough thing for him in the primary because other candidates are going to go after him for his stance on that. so i think he addressed his soft spots, his weaknesses, fair live well in this speech, spoke spanish. hit the right notes on a number of issues. one other thing he mentioned this is a wide open race, unlike the democratic side so taking shot at hillary clinton and at the democratic party. i thought that was wise. >> he also referred to the fact being a governor makes a big difference. i want to get your thought on that because i was thinking of
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some other senators in the race. his chat about what it means to be a governor. this is from former governor push. >> passing off responsibility when you're a governor. no blending into the legislative crowd, or filing an amendment and calling that success. as our whole nation has learned since 2008, executive experience is another term for preparation and there is no substitute for that. >> thinking marco rubio, rand paul. >> his florida colleague and i think jeb bush is going to be challenging marco rubio. what have you accomplished in washington? what's your biggest accomplish immigrant? andend bush will rattle off the stats and talk about his progrowth record and that record is supported and is backed by
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conservatives who have looked at it. so, i certainly was a shot at the three senators, and lindsay graham as well because he is going to run. so four senators there and really kind of mocking the washington process. this guy his named bush and mocking washington. i think he tide pull it off. >> and it's going to be a tough act to keep going here because of the ped dename -- pedigree name but the kept stress nothing one should feel entitled for this. to carl cameron in miami. he is re-introducing himself to the american people. many of whom know him many dote. 20% of floridians alive today weren't around when he was governor at that time. it's been a while. is it registering? >> of course it's going to register. he has been credit seated for months for not being -- criticized for not being interesting enough, perhaps not combative enough, vague on policy issues and said i'm not a candidate. today he was a candidate. he wasn't particularly specific but he signaled a great deal of
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specificity in just the days ahead. he's going to hit the trail in new hampshire tomorrow. he'll start talking about rounding out the tax reform, rounding out the differences with republican opponents. the fact he was talking about hillary clinton today should surprise nobody. he is the best known republican candidate. 98% name recognition. the only candidate close to him is chris christie who has not announced so the hillary-jeb faceoff didn't start today but jeb and hillary would love to keep it focuses on no primary competitors, so while hillary will be -- a much bigger republican field and stronger republican field than republicans have seen in many years and the g.o.p. is delighted. a battle of ideas is one jeb bush says he is hungry for and the nation is starved for. so he fancies himself a policy wonk. today was about the pomp and circumstance of launching thing undertaking. tomorrow he gets into the positioning, the elbowing, she
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sharp elbowing begins as as soon as he hits the trail and it's not a any coincidence that donald trump will announce tomorrow and will have plenty to say. now comes the combat. folks said hillary clinton's avoidance of the press was detrimental to her. now jeb bush has no discusses and has to engame all rivals who have been desperate to mick it up. >> do you know the back story the timing of the announcement? wanted to put it off as far and long as he could. you mentioned some of the other governors who want to enter bobby jindal and chris christie, maybe john kashich and others, scott walker, chief among them, have to wait until the legislative session is over because they are active current governors. what do you make of the timing of this and trying to beat them to the punch? >> well, a couple things. first, general's -- jeb's age.
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his advisers and strategists said while be mid-june or late june, wouldn't be at the front of the field. it was two months ago we had the first candidates announce. but there was another component and that was doing the preparation necessary to run a very big momentum-controlling campaign and that takes money lots of it. his super pac, which is no-no longer his it's now separate and he is not allowed by federal law too collaborate with supporters who helped build the super pac. he was been fundraising behind closes doors and $100 million in the bank, which could be more than double any of his nearest rivals. so that is one of the reasons why he wanted to take the time to raise this money. now he thinks he has enough gas in the tank to get to the first primaries and if he wins in iowa and new hampshire where he is competitive, the money will flow in even faster. so the point is, the time it took to get this pulled off
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today was in preparation for the next seven months to the first contest. remember, we're still technically in the invisible primary. a lot of candidates have not announced yet. jeb bush is in and is sort of the 600-pound gorilla in the field which is why so many rivals are sniping at him trying to take him down before he got in. >> carl, thank you very much. now, we're going to go to concords, new hampshire. jed e ed henry with the hillary clinton campaign. she took questions today. >> i think what is hang you heard about the reboot over the weekend of the hillary clinton campaign. she has been out there for a cowboy of months while jeb bush has been fundraising, trying to stay out of the arena. some of owes carefully stage managed events, arounds hadn't gone as well as the clinton camp expected or had hoped and so we
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saw a little reboot over the weekend. now she is going to do larger'llies on the road. we saw the first one in new york city. the rhetoric is very familiar. it was hillary clinton today talking about -- spreading the wealth and income inequality, suggesting higher taxes as well, though she won't get into specifics just yet. she says that will come in the weeks ahead. so what i think she is trying to do is get ahead of jeb bush and others. she doesn't have very much primary coverage. primary challengers and so she wants to try to fight for every vote in these early state us, try and get this wrapped up as soon as she can so she -- and organize in these key states that are not just important in the democratic primaries but ends up being a battleground in the general election. >> do you think now she will start taking more questions or is going to be very selective very limited in this? sparing. >> reporter: you still get the
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sense it's going to be very limited. she took several questions today. i was standing two feet from her. and she knew i was trying to get her attention and didn't take one from me. and so maybe in the days ahead she will. but i still think that she wants to keep this closely guarded. she wants this to be a rose garden campaign where even as they're saying she is heading out there that -- and mingling with the people, she doesn't want to take too many tough questions because she has such a big lead in the democratic primaries they don't see upside to getting trip up on the clinton foundation or some other story they don't want to talk about. the other quick note i'd make when you ask how this side is saying jeb bush, over the weekend one of her operatives suggested she might be taking questions here after this new hampshire event and the suggestion had been me a that with jeb bush announcing she might want to step on that, punch jab him from afar. but instead she got a question about jeb bush and largely duck evidence and it said i'll let the republicans work it out and
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focus on my campaign. maybe they thought better about throwing a jab at the republicans. she is hitting republicans in general. going after them on voting rights. found it interesting the speak of the weekend said she wants to be the president for all americans, and then within just a minute or two in the same speech was basically saying republicans are racist because they're opposing her plan to increase voting rights. so that doesn't sound like she wants to work with them. >> ed henry, thank you very much. on the issue of reaching out beyond her to established base, jeb bush did that today he wants to get the republican party to go beyond what many critics say it's the elitist base. in government we can make things belter for millions of people and referred to what was going on in baltimore and that's it's a tragedy been playing out over and over and over again. he argues that's go to change with him because of something he did, specifically he did in the state of florida. it's an outreach that we're going to ask alveda king to see
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it's still a mystery to me why in this violent times the president 0 few months ago thought it relevant at a prayer breck tsa to bring up the crusades. americans don't need lectures on the middle aged when we are dealing with modern horrors committed by fanatics. >> that was a foreign policy issue but he did get into civil rights as well and what we have to do for kidded of all colorful to avoid future baltimores. alveda king was listening to that. we talked about the difficulty republicans have getting reaching out to african-americans, minorities in general. is this guy on his way? could he be or just making another failed attempt? >> i do not believe it was a failed attempt. i think it's very important for us to see he is not his brother.
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he is himself. some of the references he made to work he has done in the areas of education happen to be true. i remember that. he worked very hard in those areas. his latino roots and i'm a sucker for romance stories so that serenade to his wife was beautiful. i believe the african-american community wants what everyone wants, kitchen table issues, jobs for families, good education, healthcare that is real, and so those issues do not know skin color and i am not so unhappy with him not singling out an ethnic group but including the whole american community. >> he refer to baltimore as a tragic situation that is plate out over and over again. but part of it he says gets back to education, past of is i thecourt fundamentals that have become -- in florida and it's gone national -- but that there's not enough of that. we don't focus on kids and
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providing them with the same equal opportunity and standards. >> i just got back from baltimore. within to a school that was ethnically blended. kids immersed in chinese so baltimore is a congratulated but not just becausetragedy, but not just because of skin color. the violence is a tragedy, what's happening to the families and the children that's a tragedy, so ethnicity is important, but race baiting is not a good thing. >> so when you talk to minorities and african-americans, whether it was when you first came to fox you are pretty fair and balanced. >> try to be. >> i'm wondering did they feel that you know they can talk the talk but republicans can't walk it? >> i'm beginning to see an african-american community, the kitchen table issues any
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candidate that wants to be the president of the united states must know african-americans have children african-americans have family african-americans need jobs. we need the same thing. we want safety and security. we don't want our country threatened by terrorists. that is not a skin color issue, and i just really want to remind governor bush or anyone who is running for president, mrs. clinton, same thing. she race baits and throws little things out there to agitate people. >> but that populist approach is the way the democratic party is going. it is moving hillary clinton further in that direction. what's wrong with that? >> there's a little truth there. if you don't have policies if you don't have solutions, throw out the emotional appeal. grab the people and make them emotional hostages. you need better jobs you need better this you need better that but don't have solutions. you can't point to a record that
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proves that you're able to deliver. i just don't believe that she has those deliverables. >> but the familiar refrain for democrats is they're going to cut the programs. how is that taken? >> republicans bring opportunity and access. we're not going to entitle you. we're not going to give you handouts we say, but we're going to give you a hand up. that's the difference. no entitlement, but opportunity and access. >> okay so you and the rest of the king family are having thanksgiving dinner. do you have food tasters? >> we still have to have food tasters tasters, but that's okay. we love each other. >> really? >> everybody brings a dish. >> everyone gets along.
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>> we love each other. we actually do. >> it is so good to see you. she's tough on everybody too. we've seen that here. >> it's tough on both sides. >> i hear you, i hear you. greta van susteren taking a look at all this particularly the way it is played in the media, but greta, what do you make of what you're seeing and hearing and how all of this is unfolding? >> i thought the speech on saturday from former secretary of hillary clinton was inspiring. the big thing is neil these are great speeches. they're fun to listen to we're dazzled, but what have you done? they've got to get out and tell us what they've actually done. don't just dazzle us with your words. what have you done and what do you say you're going to do in the future? so big test for all these
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candidates but certainly a dazzle herr today, but they're all dazzlers. >> they have to prove what their fundamentals are and what they have to come to the table. he's a governor and that's going to matter more than being a senator. that could have just as easily been interrupted by the other republican senators in the race that they don't measure up neither does hillary clinton. does that kind of stuff register? >> i think it probably does. i think it will this time particularly because we're coming off a president who was a u.s. senator. he wasn't a governor and a lot of the things in the country are not going in the right direction for a lot of people so i think being a governor gives someone a leg up. i think for governor bush what he gets a leg up to is the huge hispanic population. that vote who is going to get that. today the cuban american members of congress in florida have already endorsed governor bush
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so that's a real shout-out across marco rubio. take a look at 2008. everyone thought it was going to be then senator hillary clinton who was going to be the nominee and it was a relatively unknown senator barack obama. >> where does jeb bush fit into wooing women? >> if i was running as a republican like jeb bush a lot of the criticism of the republican party not being a welcoming place -- but i think there are four women governors right now. i think the republican party has been very hospitalable -- hospitable
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to women. she's coming out slugging on that topic. i think women are up for grabs by both parties this time. they better be able to deliver and basically don't just dazzle us. tell us what are you going to do and what have you done so far. >> greta, i look forward to your show tonight. jeb bush making it official and another bush attempting to run for the white house. jeb bush hopes to keep that momentum going. more after this. 7 tologist about a biologic this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira helping me reach for more. doctors have been prescribing humira for more than 10 years. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that
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all right. my buddy sean hannity has governor jeb bush on. this is his first interview since declareing himself as a presidential candidate. he'll be on tomorrow night.
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we have presidential hopeful rick perry. is he worried that jeb bush is in now? he says no. jeb bush has that formidable way about him. he's a threat. watch out republicans. this is a fox news alert. hello, everyone. moments ago jeb bush officially entered the 2016 presidential race. >> our country is on a very bad course and the question is what are we going to do about it? the question for me -- the question for me is what am i going to do about it? and i've decided i'm a candidate for president of the united states of america. >> he's promising a campaign of optimism. >> my message will be an optimistic one because i am certain that we can make the decades just ahead the greatest


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