Senior staff working for the Republican presidential campaign of former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush are finding it difficult to passive-aggressively convince Jeb it is time to suspend his campaign.
|Jeb Bush speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action |
Conference (CPAC) in February 2015. (Photo: Gage Skidmore)
WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Today, dozens of senior staffers working for Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush announced the former Governor of Florida was ignoring their hints it was well past time to suspend his lackluster presidential campaign. Bush's campaign staff explained they continued to make "mistakes" like including Jeb Bush on e-mails containing their resumes for the review of other Republican presidential contenders, but had failed to reach the governor with their passive-aggressive behavior.
"Jeb is having a really hard time coming to terms with the fact there is overwhelming Republican support for him to suspend his campaign for president, and that is concerning to a lot of us who want to jump off this sinking ship," stated a Bush campaign senior staffer speaking to TNA on condition of anonymity.
The senior staffer continued, "Yesterday, another senior staffer 'accidentally' came in with a Chinese-made 'Make America Great Again' hat. That person wore that hat while leading a strategy meeting the governor was in the room for. Jeb didn't say anything about the hat."
"A few days ago, I sent my resume to Governor Kasich and 'accidentally' included Jeb on the e-mail. I ran into Jeb an hour later and he just pretended he didn't receive the e-mail," explained the wavering Jeb Bush staffer.
The frustrated senior staffer sighed before stating, "And Jeb pretends he doesn't hear things like people 'accidentally' yelling things like Senator Marco Rubio's campaign has better coffee and more energy."
"If Jeb drags this on for much longer, people are just going to start leaving. We don't want to embarass Jeb, but most of us still have a future in the GOP," asserted the anonymous senior staffer.