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Jeb Bush is off to a heckuva start in the presidential race, answering a question about how he would’ve handled his brother George W. Bush’s most notorious decision as president: The Iraq War.

Click above to watch Jeb’s answer on what he would’ve done differently — or maybe done the same — if he’d known everything we know now. Then share this video!

Video via Fox News .

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President Joe Biden

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Two tiresome realities about being president of the United States: first, everybody blames you for things over which you have little or no control: such as the worldwide price of oil, and international shipping schedules. Should there be too few electronic gee-gaws on store shelves to pacify American teenagers this Christmas, it will be Joe Biden’s fault.

Second, everybody gives you advice, whether you ask for it or not. Everywhere you look, Democrats and Democratically-inclined pundits are tempted to panic. “The cold reality for Biden,” writes New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait “is that his presidency is on the brink of failure.” A return to Trumpism, and essentially the end of American democracy, strikes Chait as altogether likely.

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