Former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL) talks with Brian Kilmeade, host of FOX News Radio's Kilmeade & Friends, about his potential 2016 presidential run, Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, Israel, Bowe Bergdahl and more.
JEB BUSH: The Israel/Iran comparison is probably the most telling. As weâ€™ve disengaged over the first term of his office, now we are seeing the ramifications of this. The implications of instability now are becoming more and more apparent. Americans want their president to keep America secure and to keep American citizens secure and this policy of pulling back, of disengagement is not the right approach. If our friends donâ€™t count on us and trust us, and there are many examples of that, and our enemies donâ€™t fear us, it creates the challenges we are now seeing, particularly in the middle east, but across the board. When we disparage Netanyahu and talk about a reevaluation of perhaps the most important relationship in the Middle East, that of the United States and Israel, and at the same time weâ€™re negotiating fervently with a country who has marches to attack the United States and ceremonies where they support the Holocaust and a supreme leader that calls for a five point plan to annihilate Israel all the while weâ€™re negotiating with them while they are destabilizing the world, itâ€™s an Alice in Wonderland foreign policy. It makes no sense. (March 26, 2015)