Presumed Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talked about education Monday at a conference organized by a possible Republican rival. A source told Politico that Clinton and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush had a quick encounter backstage at the Globalization of Higher Education conference in Dallas. They did not appear publicly together, but Clinton had kind words for Bush in her speech, saying he "really focused on education during his time as governor in Florida" and has continued to "work with passion and dedication in the years since.”
Last year, Bush, chairman of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, presented Clinton with the Liberty Medal for her work as secretary of state.