In a speech planned for Wednesday, Jeb Bush will say he’s not captive to the foreign policies of his father and brother. “I love my father and my brother. I admire their services to the nation and the difficult decisions they had to make,” he will say. “But I am my own man—and my views are shaped by my own thinking and own experiences.” This is the first time Bush, who has tapped 21 former policy experts who worked under his father and brother—including Paul Wolfowitz, one of the brains behind the Iraq War—has addressed the issue of foreign policy since announcing he’s considering a White House bid.
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