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america's best days are in front of us after a six month warm up former florida governor jeb bush set to officially launches twenty sixteen run for the white house on monday the move coming amid reports of a massive fundraising haul nearing one hundred million dollars but the son and brother of republican presidents is so far find it hard to stand out political reporter steve hall and there was a school of thought that he would attempt the same strategy as his brother george w. bush by raising a whole lot of money to show that he is cleared a power player in this group , uh he was the early front runner buddies had a series of setbacks , that have caused him to fall back into the field nnnnn , two of the dice used his wavering position on his brother's war in iraq and his insistence on pushing immigration reform , rivals marco rubio ted cruz and rand paul carry the flag for a more conservative strain making up the republican base something bush will have to account for these positions will help him in the general election campaign if he becomes the nominee , uh but it is fodder for his republican rivals to attack him as not conservative enough while bush is still in the top tier he has not managed to pull ahead despite all his money is not too far here ease ease in the middle of the pack they think that this is a good position to work with as he begins his campaign but bush will likely have to break from the pack in the early primaries to keep his white house hopes alive