Then you might want to look away.
Jeb Bush’s future as a presidential candidate has been getting dicier with each passing day, but this might be the straw that breaks the campaign camel’s back:
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) October 30, 2015
More from the Wall Street Journal:
The highest-ranking official known to lose her job in Jeb Bush’s flagging campaign is Christine Ciccone, the campaign’s chief operating officer.
News of Ms. Ciccone’s departure comes a week after the Bush campaign announced a re-organization that it said would reduce payroll by 40%. Ms. Ciccone served as Mr. Bush’s chief operating officer, effectively an office administrator responsible for logistics.
Yeah … that’s not good.
It begins. https://t.co/zwH5DzZDzP
— #NeverTrump (@OrwellForks) October 30, 2015
November … might not happen. https://t.co/G4HUs4pbsG
— MaxR.S (@Randy_Shannon) October 30, 2015
Okay, I'm on board now with those saying he's dropping out before Nov debate. https://t.co/oLST6mdbQK
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 30, 2015
— Eye on Politics (@EyeOnPolitics) October 30, 2015
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 30, 2015
— Jim R (@Bassmaster12) October 30, 2015
Jeb! Bush campaign is in collapse. https://t.co/8JDMjOgWnk
— David Morgan (@StarCoreOne02) October 30, 2015
— Mike Mulraney (@mullrainee) October 30, 2015
— Justin Branchaud (@JJBranchaud) October 30, 2015
Countdown to the inevitable doom. ⏰ https://t.co/NTiJE1yCIT
— Mimi. (@BaddieMimz) October 30, 2015
He's dead Jim. https://t.co/B99ClCPW8j
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) October 30, 2015
@nycjim This is how the Jeb! campaign ends, not with a bang, but with a COO jumping ship.
— Angela Morabito (@Bear2theRight) October 30, 2015