Jeb Bush 'slow jams' the news with Jimmy Fallon

The former Florida governor incorporated Spanish into his "Slow Jam the News" segment with Jimmy Fallon.

Kate Stanton

NEW YORK, June 17 (UPI) -- Just one day after entering the presidential race, Jeb Bush appeared on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show to "slow jam" the news.

In the segment, the former Florida governor laid out his presidential platform, leaving Fallon to jazz it up with sexual innuendo.


"After months of being a total caucus tease, Jeb finally made up his mind and quit beating around the bush," Fallon said.

When Fallon asked about immigration, Bush used the opportunity to show off his Spanish language skills.

"Hold the telefono," Fallon hit back."

Bush isn't the first politician to "slow jam" the news. President Barack Obama took part in 2012, when he appeared on the Late Show to promote his college affordability agenda.

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