The Washington Post

Donald Trump: Jeb Bush should ‘set the example by speaking English’
The Washington Post

It’s Trump vs. Bush, round — well, we’ve lost track.

The Republican presidential contenders continued their weeks-long feud on Wednesday as Donald Trump responded to Jeb Bush’s recent bilingual attacks on his conservative bona fides by suggesting that the former Florida governor should stick to one language.

“I like Jeb,” Trump said in an interview with Breitabart News. “He’s a nice man. But he should really set the example by speaking English while in the United States.”

With that, Trump may have sparked yet another debate about whether or not to make English the official language of the United States. There is no official U.S. language, but lawmakers in both parties have tried in vain to make English official for years.

Trump’s comments came after Bush attacked his rival in English and Spanish Tuesday. Bush’s wife, Columba, was born in Mexico and they predominantly speak Spanish in their Miami home.

C’est triste de voir le parti républicain devenir comme le PQ…

Le parti républicain, tout comme le PQ, se referme sur le monde, demande plus de protectionnisme et veut un gros gouvernement interventionniste

Ces prises de position sont un effet d’un empoisonnement par « le nationalisme »…