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Bush and Clinton Pledge 'Unity' at Leadership Summit
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Mar 2, 2015, 01:22 AM

$ 1Aaabaliberty.jpg"What difference does it make?" Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are drawing closer to the potential of forming a Third Party, so they can campaign together as running mates on the 2016 Presidential Campaign trail. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have pledged "unity" to train tomorrow's leaders at a recent Clinton Foundation fundraiser event.

The New York Daily News reports that, "Former Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush took the stage in Washington at the Newseum on Monday to kick off the Presidential Leadership Scholars program.  The pair stressed that the program would provide tools across party lines to those in government, business and academia trying to cultivate leadership skills."

George W. Bush described Bill Clinton as, "I admire my pals ability to communicate and lead."

According to the New York Daily News, "As people become increasingly disillusioned by politics, Bush said he hoped the training would "inspire good people to serve."  The mood was light as the 42nd and 43rd Presidents united for the launch in a rare sighting of Bush in his old stomping grounds." 

The Bush and Clinton families will work together to give scholarships to candidates they believe will support their shared vision of elitism, wealth and moral values.

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