FIRST AIRED: May 20, 2015

Nice work! Enjoy the show!

×

You’re busy. We get it.

Stay on top of the news with our Editor’s Picks newsletter.

US Edition
Intl. Edition
Unsubscribe at any time. One click, it’s gone.

Thanks for signing up!

×

Transcript

00:00:00
that it will questions knowing what we know now what would you have done i would have not engaged i would not have gone into iraq jeb bush trying to put a firestorm behind him thursday's four days after he told fox news that he would have authorized the two thousand three invasion even with the knowledge that the u. s. is relying on faulty intelligence about iraq's weapons of mass destruction that comment drew howls from his own party and fed a narrative that jeb bush would be unable to cut loose from older brother president george w. bush in his own bid for the white house campaign reporter steve holland is following the story at a meeting of republicans in scottsdale arizona is struggling a bit with his with loyalty to his family and particularly to his brother he will have to put some distance between himself and his brother to move forward because it's one thing that americans are interested in how much is he unlike his brother who as we all know left office two thousand i as a fairly unpopular person bush as the families unmatched white house legacy , corner but it's been working against him more than it helps , the latest example bush caught in a testy exchange with the student at the university of nevada wednesday nnnnn she told him that his brother created the islamic state militant group , when he toppled saddam hussein and left thousands of iraqi military officers out of work the world is safer because saddam hussein is gone it is significantly safer thursday's comments make quite the critics but they won't make the issue go away but i'm my own man this week's awkward moments suggest it will take much more than a half hour of independence , jeb bush to break free from his brother's shadow