Potential Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush dismisses Democratic claims he used a personal email as governor of Florida to avoid public scrutiny. Linda So reports.
In his first visit to New Hampshire in 15 years, Jeb Bush spoke at a business roundtable. Afterwards the potential Republican presidential contender found himself answering questions related to Hillary Clinton's latest email controversy. Democrats are accusing Bush of using a personal email address when he was governor of Florida to avoid public scrutiny. Bush sharply dismissed those claims describing himself as "totally transparent." Recently, much attention has been given to Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account when she was Secretary of State. Clinton revealed this week she deleted 30,000 personal emails but had turned over 55,000 work emails taken from her private server. Both Bush and Clinton are potential 2016 presidential contenders.