Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush delivered his first major foreign policy address in Chicago Wednesday, pushing back on comparisons to his father and brother, and taking swipes at President Obama.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Chicago with more:
In front of one of the biggest crowds the Chicago Council on Global Affairs has ever seen, Republican Jeb Bush hammered the Obama administration's leadership calling it inconsistent and indecisive.
(Bush) "We reset with Russia, then it invades and subverts its neighbors. Some Democrats in Congress have lost confidence in this administrations' efforts as it relates to Iran. Terror organizations like ISIS, Boko Haram, al Qaeda still growing..."
Bush's criticism also targeting Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a potential Democratic rival. And, the Florida governor also saying that his views are shaped by his own thinking and experiences, and not by either Former President Bush.
In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
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