On Sunday morning, Jeb Bush was asked about what the GOP-controlled U.S. Senate should do when President Obama presents them with a Supreme Court nominee. Bush fumbled on part of his response:

After Jeb’s “not important to me” line made the rounds, Bush is now making it clear where he really stands:

From The Hill:

“I am taking a position,” the former Florida governor told NBC’s “Today Show.” “If there is an up-or-down vote, it should be rejected based on the history of how President Obama selects judges.”

Please clap.


Bush has added an exclamation point to his position on this issue.