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  • Video: Jeb Bush says he's the only one who can beat Hillary Clinton

    Just over 12 hours after his third place finish in the New Hampshire Republican primary, former Florida governor Jeb Bush spoke at a rally Wednesday morning at Sun City Hilton Head, in Bluffton. Bush invoked the presidencies of his father and brother when he told the crowd "South Carolina has been good to the Bushes in the past," and that he is "hoping and praying it'll be good again" when the state holds its Republican primary on Feb. 20.

Just over 12 hours after his third place finish in the New Hampshire Republican primary, former Florida governor Jeb Bush spoke at a rally Wednesday morning at Sun City Hilton Head, in Bluffton. Bush invoked the presidencies of his father and brother when he told the crowd "South Carolina has been good to the Bushes in the past," and that he is "hoping and praying it'll be good again" when the state holds its Republican primary on Feb. 20. Josh Mitelman The Island Packet
Just over 12 hours after his third place finish in the New Hampshire Republican primary, former Florida governor Jeb Bush spoke at a rally Wednesday morning at Sun City Hilton Head, in Bluffton. Bush invoked the presidencies of his father and brother when he told the crowd "South Carolina has been good to the Bushes in the past," and that he is "hoping and praying it'll be good again" when the state holds its Republican primary on Feb. 20. Josh Mitelman The Island Packet

Without clarity from New Hampshire, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush turn to South Carolina

February 10, 2016 6:26 PM