Feb 19, 2016

Washington Examiner: Byron York: In South Carolina, Bush family, friends gather as end nears | News OK

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Jeb Bush's brother, the former president, his sister-in-law, the former first lady, his mother, his sister, another brother, and of course his wife and children have come to South Carolina, where George W. Bush's political fortunes were made, in hopes of vaulting Jeb back into the Republican presidential race. But with poll after poll showing Bush hovering around 10 percent —...

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