WARSAW — Jeb Bush, now on the third day of a European tour meant to showcase his foreign policy chops, is sounding a little bit like the man he’s trying to replace: Barack Obama.
Stylistically, Bush is a striking a more aggressive posture than the president, warning about Russian encroachment and vowing to more staunchly defend America’s allies in Eastern Europe.
But on substance, Bush has offered little to differentiate himself from Obama’s cautious, consensus-driven approach to confronting Russian leader Vladimir Putin — aside from a vague call for “defensive military support” for the Western-backed Ukrainian government.
On Thursday, Bush told reporters that …read more
Source: European Voice