Jeb Bush criticizes GOP partisanship, says Mitt Romney needs to ‘change the tone’ on immigration

Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush wouldn’t fit in today’s dogmatic Republican Party, Mitt Romney ought to change his tone on imigration, and even if Romney is elected, the experienced businessman won’t be able improve the job market in the near future.

Those were some of the candid criticisms levied Monday by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who expressed frustration with his own party and its presumptive presidential nominee.

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