The candidate cursed numerous times and asked "How stupid are the people of Iowa?" in reference to their support of Ben Carson.
After clashing with Marco Rubio in the latest debate, Bush says his campaign is "doing fine," though supporters and donors are concerned.
Jon Ralston of the Reno Gazette and Jesse Holland of the Associated Press join us for our weekly look at the presidential race.
Juana Summers of Mashable and Rebecca Sinderbrand of The Washington Post discuss the latest news in the race for 2016.
In our weekly roundtable on the race for 2016, we're joined by The Wall Street Journal's Jeanne Cummings and AP's Jesse Holland.
We'll discuss the latest in the presidential race with Greg Moore, editor of the Denver Post, and Kay Henderson, news director of Radio Iowa.
Michael Scherer of Time and Molly Ball of The Atlantic discuss this week's GOP debate and the latest on the Democratic field.
Jesse Holland of the AP and Rebecca Sinderbrand of The Washington Post discuss the latest polls and candidates' TV interviews.
Julie Mason of "Press Pool" and Margaret Talev of Bloomberg News round up the week in presidential campaign politics.
Kay Henderson of Radio Iowa and Enrique Acevedo of Univision discuss the latest in the presidential race.
Donald Trump stayed out in front of a crowded Republican field, while former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore announced his candidacy.
NPR's Scott Horsley and NBC political reporter Perry Bacon discuss the latest in the presidential race.
ABC News political director Rick Klein and Roll Call editor-in-chief Christina Bellantoni discuss the latest in the race for 2016.
We discuss the latest in the presidential race with NPR's Domenico Montanaro and American Urban Radio Networks' April Ryan.
Jesse Holland of the Associated Press and Katie Zezima of The Washington Post joins us for our weekly look at the race for 2016.
John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics and Kay Henderson of Radio Iowa discuss the 2016 presidential campaign news of the week.
There are now 10 Republican presidential candidates. NPR's Tamara Keith and NH1's Paul Steinhauser bring us the latest in the race.
In our weekly look at the race for 2016, we're joined by NPR's Don Gonyea and Julie Mason of "Press Pool" on Sirius XM.
Hillary Clinton is being asked about Clinton Foundation donors, and Jeb Bush is pushing the envelope of campaign finance rules.
Almost all of the Republican presidential hopefuls are heading to New Hampshire this weekend for a leadership summit.