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Ingraham: Voters ‘Not Wedded to Bushism’

'Bush legacy is not a hill that the Republican Party should die on'

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Analyzing the impact of President George W. Bush campaigning for his brother Jeb in South Carolina, Laura Ingraham said on Tuesday that voters are “not wedded to Bushism” and are “more interested in practical, pragmatic solutions.”

“The Bush legacy is not a hill that the Republican Party should die on,” Ingraham said on “Fox and Friends.” Voters “should look very soberly at what was done — the good things and what didn’t work out for us.”

Ingraham also explained that Donald Trump may be targeting the Bush legacy in order to intentionally litigate and settle “all the old scores with the Bushes.”

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