Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush revealed in an interview with “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade that he is “taking a very serious look” at running for state attorney general and said he should be making his final decision “fairly soon.”
“I’ve been privileged to serve as land commissioner for the last six years, but we need new leadership in this high state-wide executive role,” Bush said.
The son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush also noted that he thinks there is “nothing more unifying in Republican Party politics than Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.”
“After a few years of left-wing progressive ideas everyday Americans are going to say, ‘This is enough,’” he continued.
Bush also warned that President Biden’s energy policies send a “very dangerous message” to the state.
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