Test for Jeb Bush at debate: Can he tone down his inner wonk?

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks to students at the The Founders Academy Public Charter School in ManchesterBy Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Jeb Bush has staked out a claim as the most serious of the 15 Republican presidential candidates, with a deeply considered policy position on everything from healthcare to federal regulations to entitlement reform to Syria. Bush has hired an image consultant to try to help him with his presentation but he has rejected advice from advisers to get rid of his eyeglasses and to stand up straighter and puff his chest out. Have fun doing it,” Bush said last week on his campaign bus in New Hampshire.

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