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Published On: Fri, Feb 5th, 2016

Jeb Bush leaves audience speechless, says ‘please clap’

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush prompted the audience at a New Hampshire campaign event to clap for him after an applause line fell flat. Watch the clip below.

The former Florida Governor is struggling to get any traction for his 2016 presidential bid and the new clip reveals that Bush is struggling more than some folks realize.

After a short rant, talking about being a quiet and calm president, contrasting himself with the likes of Donald Trump, Bush says “Back in the business of creating a more peaceful world….”

Dramatic silence.

Bush tightens his hands and then sadly pleads, “Please clap” – and the audience complies.

With a debate on Saturday and the New Hampshire primaries set for Tuesday, Bush is hoping to improve on his sixth place finish in Iowa. Bush only earned 2.8% of the vote, behind Rand Paul who has dropped out of the race. According to recent polls, Bush is tracking fourth or fifth in New Hampshire – full data in recent post, click here.

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