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Trump battles Bush bros over 9/11, Iraq

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Conservative columnist Ann Coulter, Rep. Mark Sanford, R - S.C., and Jeb Bush senior adviser Al Cardenas discuss Donald Trump's recent attacks on the Bush brothers, and whether or not Trump's criticisms of George W. Bush in particular could lead to blow-back for the candidate.