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In New Hampshire, Jeb Bush Vows To Support Trump If He Is The Nominee

Jeb Bush addresses a New Hampshire crowd. (Kiernan Majerus-Collins/YJI)
LITTLETON, New Hampshire, U.S.A. — Republican Jeb Bush addresses a crowd at the VFW Hall on Tuesday night. When asked whether he would support GOP frontrunner Donald Trump should Trump get the nomination in 2016, Bush said yes. Bush, who has called Trump “a bully,” has said Trump is not a serious candidate. The two have exchanged insults and harsh words. Bush, a former Florida governor, is one of more than a dozen candidates hoping to win the Republican nomination. The winner will go on to represent the party in the general election on November 8, 2016. An early contest in the primary season takes place when New Hampshire voters go to the polls on February 9.
Kiernan Majerus-Collins is a Senior Correspondent for Youth Journalism International.

Jeb Bush (Kiernan Majerus-Collins/YJI)