Bush steps up eminent domain attack on Trump
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Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Sunday defended his attack against rival Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpIG investigating Comey memos over classified information: report Overnight Defense: Congress poised for busy week on nominations, defense bill | Trump to deliver Naval Academy commencement speech | Trump administration appeals decision to block suspected combatant's transfer Top Pruitt aid requested backdate to resignation letter: report MORE on the issue of eminent domain.

"He doesn't sound like a conservative when he embraces eminent domain to use police powers on government to take private property for private use," Bush said on "Fox News Sunday."

"It's outrageous," he said.

Bush slammed Trump during the GOP debate Saturday night for his attempt to use eminent domain to take the property of a 75-year-old woman to build a parking lot for limousines at his casino.

"This is not the same thing as a pipeline or a bridge or interstate highway," he said.

When Bush interrupted Trump during the debate, Trump brushed him off and told him to be quiet.

Bush said Sunday morning that he doesn't look like a president when he acts that way.

"And it's pretty easy to make him act that way," he said.

When asked about rival Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioStudents gather outside White House after walkout to protest gun violence Overnight Energy: Senate confirms Bridenstine as NASA chief | Watchdog probes Pruitt’s use of security detail | Emails shine light on EPA science policy changes Senate confirms Trump’s pick to lead NASA MORE, Bush said although the Florida senator is "gifted," he hasn't had the experiences that governors' have.

"He's a great speaker, but he came across as totally scripted and kind of robotic," Bush said, referring to Rubio at the debate. "The question was about leadership... and Marco is gifted but he's never had a chance to actually make a tough decision like governor's do."

Bush said he would support the Republican nominee, because Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton would be a "disaster" for the country.

"I just think it's going to be me," he said. "Because I have the proven record, solid conservative record."