Published On: Mon, Jun 15th, 2015

New Video: Jeb Bush ‘introduces’ himself ahead of 2016 Presidential announcement

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is set to make his formal 2016 presidential campaign announcement on Monday in Miami, but drop a new video casting himself as a problem solver during his two terms as Florida governor.

Bush clearly targets minorities and the disadvantaged in the three-minute clip.

“What we need is new leadership that takes conservative principles and applies them so that people can rise up,” Bush says in the video. “America’s best days are in front of us, and we are going to lead the world.”

Titled “Making A Difference,” Bush is praised by four individuals to set up cliches and talking points: leadership is “not just about yapping about things” and “There are a lot of people talking, and they’re pretty good at it. We need to start fixing things.”

Jeb Bush in 2016  photo/ screenshot of new video

Jeb Bush in 2016 photo/ screenshot of new video

Bush joins a very crowded field of Republicans seeking the 2016 GOP nomination for president. By waiting to jump into the race, Bush has raised a massive, intimidating “war chest” to buy ad space and campaign currency to target votes.

Critics still maintain that Bush cannot overcome his support of Common Core, a wide-open stance on immigration and of course, the stigma and baggage of his last name in the wake of his brother’s presidency.

Check out the clip below.

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