In an interview with Fox News (below), 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush likened a Hillary Clinton presidency to a third term from President Barack Obama.
In the interview, Bush was asked by "On the Record" host Greta Van Susteren how he’d describe Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy.
“I would say that if you want a third term of Barack Obama, you’re going to get it,” he said.
“She was there when all of this took place. You can take loyalty up to a certain amount, but she was there making these decisions. She pushed that reset button with Russia and it didn’t work out. She was responsible for the Libyan policy that was an abject failure.”
Bush went on to list other foreign issues that Clinton was instrumental in during her time as secretary of state, including the rise of Islamic State group.
“This presidency has failed in terms of its foreign policy, and this is what she’s touting. That she has the experience of being secretary of state.”
Bush also spoke to his views on immigration during the interview, an issue that has him divided from other Republican candidates for president on 2016.
“I think we should secure the border for national security purposes, for public health purposes, for the rule of law purposes,” he said.
“My view is that we create a path to earned legal status where you pay a fine, you work, you pay taxes, you don’t get federal government assistance. And over an extended period of time you earn legal status. You don’t earn citizenship.”