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Jeb Bush was speaking in Hanover, NH and he ran into a rough crowd. His campaign claims New Hampshire is going to be his sweet spot the locals look unimpressed.

The New York Times wrote about it:

Yet there are signs Mr. Bush may still have some work to do. Speaking at the Hanover Inn near the Vermont border on Tuesday, Mr. Bush finished a fiery riff about protecting the country — “I won’t be out here blow-harding, talking a big game without backing it up,” he said — and was met with total silence.

“Please clap,” he said, sounding defeated.

The crowd laughed — and then, finally, clapped.

Watching it is so much better. This clip made the Jimmy Fallon’s monologue last night.

I almost feel sorry for Jeb!, almost. Seriously maybe have cue cards at your next speech? If you have to beg for a response I think it’s safe to say you’re not connecting well with voters.

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