Jeb Bush: No Endorsement in Senate Race Soon, If Ever

via Dem Underground
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Even though the entire state knows 

Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are in total political love

, Bush continues to remain neutral in the Republican primary for Senate.

The Tampa Tribune asked Jebbers if he plans to make an endorsement soon.

"I don't know... I don't know if I'm going to have a public opinion," Bush said.

"I don't know. I haven't thought about it too much. It's way too early," he replied when pressed on whether an endorsement for Crist or Rubio will ever come.

Bush's adult sons continue to be strong supporters of Rubio, and no one forgets the gold "conservative warrior" sword Bush once bestowed upon Rubio.

Though, at the time, Bush was just coming from a joint appearance with Crist.

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