While it remains to be seen if Donald Trump will be running for president in 2016, at least one thing is for sure: he won't be voting for Jeb Bush.
Bush made headlines Tuesday after stating in a Facebook post that he will "actively explore the possibility of running for President of the United States," the first public pronouncement of his intentions for 2016. But during an interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto, Trump expressed his hesitation toward putting Jeb in the White House, saying that "the last thing we need is another Bush," calling the former Florida governor a "child" for offering to release 250,000 emails from his time in office.
The majority of Trump's rancor, however, was reserved for Jeb's brother, former President George W. Bush.
"Obama has been a terrible president, but Bush likewise was a terrible president," Trump said. "A lot of bad things happened under Bush, including total destabilization virtually of the world. Now Obama's been no better, he's probably been worse, but we have two beauties there. So I am not a fan of the Bush group."
H/T Media Matters