Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush stopped by a New Hampshire High School to greet voters where he weighed in on his rival Donald Trump, saying there is ''nothing serious about his message.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush and his wife Columba stopped by Bedford High School in New Hampshire, Tuesday (February 9) as voters began to fill out ballots in the nation's first primary. Bush answered reporters questions on how he was feeling ahead of the vote and weighed in on rival Donald Trump. "He's a larger than life personality. He does prey on- I think he preys on -but other people feel like he, you know, understands their anger. And I respect that. But there are no solutions, nothing serious about this message and at some point we get to the point where we actually have to offer solutions," said Bush. A WMUR-CNN poll released on Monday showed Trump leading in New Hampshire with the support of 31 percent of those planning to vote in the Republican primary. Rubio was in second place at 17 percent, followed by Ted Cruz, a U.S. senator from Texas, at 14 percent. Kasich, the Ohio governor, had 10 percent, Bush, a former Florida governor, was at 7 percent, and Christie at 4 percent, according to the poll conducted from Wednesday to Sunday, with a margin of error of plus or minus 5.2 percentage points.