Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who spent his weekend making the Sunday talk show rounds to promote his new book, "Immigration Wars," had fielded so many questions about a possible 2016 presidential bid that he was likening journalists to "crack addicts" by the time he hit "Meet the Press."
"Who's the hottest Florida politician right now? Is it you or Marco Rubio?" host David Gregory asked Bush. "Who are we more likely to see in the White House?"
“Man, you guys are crack addicts. You really are obsessed with all this politics,” Bush said, laughing.
“You know, I’ve been called a lot of things,” Gregory responded.
“OK, heroin addict. Is that better?” Bush said. “Put aside the politics for a moment. We’ve got big challenges, and Marco Rubio, to his credit, is working on those. And he deserves a lot of credit for it, and I’m very proud of him.”
Watch the exchange below (at mark 1:46):