An American political analyst says people in the United States are tired of policies of the families of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush when they were in power.
“They’re really tired of both Bushes and Clintons. One is perhaps enough. Maybe there should be new faces and new names there,” William Jones from Executive Intelligence Review told Press TV on Monday.
He made the comments after former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley criticized potential presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush for planning to pass the US presidency between their families.
“Let’s be honest here, the presidency of the United States is not some crown to be passed between two families,” O’Malley said.
Former secretary of state Clinton and former Florida governor Bush are considered to be candidates of Democratic and Republican Parties respectively.
Bill Clinton, Hillary’s husband, was the president of the United States. George W. Bush, Jeb’s brother, and George H. W. Bush, their father, were also the country’s presidents in the past.
“The United States is not a monarchy,” Jones said.
“It is not a hereditary structure and therefore the idea of families following one another and of course if there were a Bush presidency, there would be a third Bush first time in history and Clinton presidency, of course there would be similar to the few times when there were two members of the two families a father and a son serving together,” he added.
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