Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has suffered a huge drop in the polls over the past few months, despite an enormous campaign war chest and a famous family name.
In response, Bush has brought in his father and brother to help with fundraising, and on Nov. 2, Bush unveiled his new "Jeb Can Fix It Tour" with a speech in Tampa, Florida, notes Reuters.
"And you can't just tell Congress, 'You're fired,' and go to a commercial break," the former Florida governor said in reference to Trump's reality TV show, "The Apprentice."
Bush also released a new e-book, "Reply All," that includes many of his emails when he was governor of Florida from 1999-2007.
Bush, who had to cut his campaign staff, is hoping this new campaign increases his struggling poll numbers, but the "Jeb Can Fix It' slogan is getting mocked on Twitter, reports RawStory.
John Fugelsang, comedian and political commentator, tweeted, "Jeb Can Fix It actually refers to the 2000 election in Florida."
GOP front-runner Trump posted on Twitter: "Jeb's new slogan - "Jeb can fix it". I never thought of Jeb as a crook! Stupid message, the word "fix" is not a good one to use in politics!"