The Texas Tribune reports:
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush said Thursday he is “seriously considering” running for attorney general in 2022 — and detailed how he would challenge the incumbent, embattled fellow Republican Ken Paxton.
“There have been some serious allegations levied against the current attorney general,” Bush said in an interview with Dallas radio host Mark Davis. “Personally I think that the top law enforcement official in Texas needs to be above reproach.”
Bush, the grandson of former President George H.W. Bush and nephew for President George W. Bush, went on to say a Paxton challenge would not be centered on “conservative credentials” but how the incumbent has run his office. “I think character matters and integrity matters,” Bush said.
Read the full article. Moments ago, Bush was on Fox Business to attack Biden’s policies on climate change, drilling, and gun control. He joked with host Neil Cavuto that his support for Trump makes family conversations “awkward.”
“This is the only Bush that likes me,” President Trump says jokingly of Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush.
“Truly, this is the Bush that got it right.” pic.twitter.com/OeS7iZTvsY
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