Mitt Romney is the top runner amongst Republican presidential hopefuls, especially after his biggest opponent, Rick Santorum dropped out just weeks ago.
Jeb spoke exclusively with Newsmax saying:
"Well I’d consider it, but I doubt I’ll get a call, and I don’t know if it’s the right thing for me to do. I didn’t run for president for a similar kind of reason, so I’m all in to try to help him get elected."
Many Republicans, including Bush, have their eyes on the youthful and spirited Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Bush was asked about the possibility of Rubio being VP and said:
"Well I can’t speak for Gov. Romney, and I can’t speak for Sen. Rubio, but if I was on both sides of that conversation I would ask — and I would hope that Marco would accept. There’s a lot of things in between that may not make that happen, but I am a great admirer of Mitt Romney’s and I’m a huge fan of Marco Rubio’s, and I think the combination would be extraordinary."
In addition to adding youthfulness to the Romney campaign, having Marco on the ticket can also garner some much needed Hispanic votes against President Obama this fall.
With 693 delegates, Mitt Romney is set to secure his party's nomination at the Republican National Convention in late August.
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