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Bush 2.0 Is Back To Rescue Embattled GOP Senators

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Bush 2.0 Is Back To Rescue Embattled GOP Senators

Former President George W. Bush is back in the game of politics, following an eight-year hiatus. In an attempt to save the GOP’s most vulnerable senators – many of which have felt the negative impact of Donald Trump’s campaign - Bush has been headlining fundraisers for a couple of Senators, and said he plans to help at least three more Legislators, who will serve as a “check and balance” on the White House, no matter who wins the election.

Among them are Arizona’s John McCain and New Hampshire’s Kelly Ayotte, both of which are not big Trump fans – same as W., who openly declared not supporting his candidacy.

“Friends say that the former president is deeply bothered by Mr. Trump’s campaign message, especially his derogatory remarks about Muslims and immigrants,” a New York Times article read.

Furthermore, Freddy Ford, Bush’s spokesman told NBC News, “President Bush believes that it’s critical to keep the Senate in Republican hands… He is actively helping some senators in tight races who are strong leaders and share timeless conservative values.”

 

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