The two are tied when voters' first and second choices are combined.
"I have seen the agriculture industry almost destroyed in the state of California."
“I would rather have positive TV ads, absolutely.”
"There is a ... growing-by-leaps-and-bounds silent majority out there," he said of his supporters.
“I wake up thinking, ‘Wow, people are really struggling and suffering,'" Bush says.
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"Are we safer now than we were seven years ago?” the 2016 hopeful asked.
"Who wants the endorsement of a guy who lost?"
The event underscores the strengthening ties between the two Republicans.
“You've seen my statements, I do very well, I don't mind paying some taxes,” he said.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina wants the rules changed.