On Tuesday Jeb Bush became the first declared candidate in the 2016 presidential race to visit "The Tonight Show," where he slow-jammed the news with Jimmy Fallon and proved that on the road to the White House, a sense of humor can be at least as valuable as a famous last name.
Bush, who formally announced his candidacy Monday in Miami, played the straight man in the recurring bit, which spoofs sexy R&B ballads. As house band the Roots played a sultry beat, the two-term Florida governor touted his record of job creation and shared his views on immigration — in both English...
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