It seems that Jeb Bush’s campaign offers a lot of examples illustrating the motivation for our research. In this article by Lucy Tiven on attn: she draws attention on a recent incident in New Hampshire.
“Jeb Bush is no stranger to embarrassment. A new report explains why despite his flubs and missteps, we’re prone to feel for the younger Bush brother.
A prime example of Jeb Bush’s embarrassing moments.
On Tuesday, the Former Florida Gov. pled for the audience of a New Hampshire town hall to “Please clap,” according to an MSNBC report.” [the link to the full article]
By: Melissa Dahl
Consider the recent adventures in awkwardness from Jeb Bush’s campaign: On Monday, the former Florida governor took the stage at a pre-caucus briefing in Des Moines after being introduced as “George — er, Jeb — Bush.” (the link to the full article)
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