Jeb Bush laments current state of politics in Sioux Falls speech

Jeb Bush lamented the current state of politics in the United States — and the lack of civility — during a speech Wednesday night at the 37th Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner and Children’s Charity.

Jeb Bush joined governor-elect Kristi Noem, Gov. Dennis Daugaard, Sen. John Thune and Attorney General Marty Jackley in making remarks at the dinner, which honors South Dakota law enforcement and has raised millions of dollars for children.

Bush’s speech focused primarily on returning to civility in the country’s political discussions, warning that we’d reached a point where people we disagreed with weren’t just people with different opinions.

“They’re becoming…

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