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(CNN) -- Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who announced in December he would "actively explore" a presidential bid in 2016, has resigned from all of his corporate and nonprofit board memberships, an aide confirmed to CNN.
The move was first reported by the Washington Post.
"He will be reviewing his remaining business engagements in the coming year," an aide to the former governor said Wednesday evening.
Jeb Bush leads 2016 GOP candidate poll.
Bush spokeswoman Kristy Campbell characterized the resignations as a "natural next step" for Bush as he "turns his focus to gauging whether there is support for a potential candidacy."
originally posted by: mamabeth
a reply to: tothetenthpower
Dear God in heaven please save us from another Bush or Clinton in the Whitehouse!
originally posted by: tothetenthpower
Hillary might get a run for her money.
this is America not a #ing country that has royal families.
Then again, Obama was nothing compared to Hillary and somehow he managed to get elected instead of her. Weird.
If the Republicans were smart - which they aren't - they'd run with Jon Huntsman and Ben Carson.
If the Democrats were smart - which they aren't - they'd run with Bill Richardson and Evan Bayh.
If America was smart - which we aren't - we'd go with a third party ticket and dump the (D) and the (R) for a while.