(Newser) – George W. Bush didn’t say Donald Trump’s name when he appeared at a Jeb rally in South Carolina Monday night, but everybody knew who he was talking about with references to “bluster” and “theatrics” during his 20-minute speech. “Americans are angry and frustrated, but we do not need someone in the Oval Office who mirrors and inflames our frustration,” the former president told the North Charleston audience, per the Washington Post. “Strength is not empty rhetoric. It is not bluster. It is not theatrics. Real strength, strength of purpose, comes from integrity and character.” He added that in his experience, “the strongest person isn’t usually the loudest one in the room.”
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