Jeb Bush, Republican 2016 U.S. presidential candidate, speaks during a campaign stop outside a residence in Washington, Ia., June 17, 2015. 
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Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush feud over debt-free college on Twitter

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The Twitter feud between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush is roaring once again, as the two presidential candidates look ahead to a potential general election match-up in 2016.

As Clinton prepared to roll out her plan for debt-free college Monday, her campaign tweeted a graphic inviting supporters to read the plan:


Two and a half hours later, Jeb Bush’s team responded with a revised graphic for his Democratic opponent:

 
Clinton then “fixed” the graphic for Bush by taking on his record on education as governor of Florida:

 
Finally, Bush retaliated by offering up his own re-design of Clinton’s logo:

 
It’s not the first time the former secretary of state and the former Florida governor have tussled on Twitter. Last week, Clinton took Bush to task after he said, “I’m not sure we need half a billion dollars for women’s health issues.”

 
Although Bush later clarified the comment, saying he wants to defund Planned Parenthood, not women’s health services in general, Clinton’s attack launched an equally pointed response.

 

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Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush

Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush feud over debt-free college on Twitter

Updated