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So what exactly does somebody say after wasting over $100 million trying to elect Jeb Bush?

GOP strategist Mike Murphy, who headed up the Right to Rise super PAC, appeared Monday on Fox News to talk about exactly what went wrong: It was the media — and the voters.

“Well, I think Jeb got a bit of a hard treatment from the media,” Murphy said. “He had the misfortune of being the kind of quality, issues-experienced candidate in a year where people seem to be looking for a circus — and Jeb doesn’t wear clown shoes. But you know, on we go. The voters are always right, as they say, and now they’ve gotta pick somebody.”

Murphy is now looking to help the efforts to consolidate against Trump — which might just be good news for The Donald.

Video via Fox News.

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