On Wednesday, Former republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush told donors that his campaign was unexpectedly stymied by "outsiders making a compelling case to people who are deeply disaffected and angry." An audibly disappointed Bush said, "I'm sorry that it didn't turn out the way that I intended. When I launched the campaign in front of 3-4,000 people in Miami, I anticipated a different result." From his perspective, Bush added that voters were more interested in policy substance and solutions than the horserace coverage of the primary. Bush also told donors he took a few days off after ending his bid and that he and his wife are "blessed" to be back home in Miami.