Jeb Bush is having a "told you so" moment about President Trump's leadership.
Participating in a wide-ranging interview at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, Bush argued that Trump's tweets undermine "a lot of people" that are trying to keep up with him.
A top White House official fired back at Jeb Bush on Friday after the former GOP presidential rival said that "chaos" was dominating President Trump's tenure.
Bush defended Trump and the barrage of media assaults that are at many times hostile to the president and his agenda and are often based on leaks within the administration.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump (L) and Jeb Bush take part in the presidential debates at the Reagan Library on September 16, 2015 in Simi Valley, Calif. "Unfortunately, so far chaos organizes the presidency right now".
But there is a remedy to alleviate pressure on the White House, the former GOP frontrunner said.
But, Trump's tweets make it more hard for the White House to stay on message, Bush said.
He also said the president should stop giving "our enemies all sorts of nuances and insights" into his thought process via Twitter.
He also thinks the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special counsel on the Russian Federation investigation could be a "good thing" for Trump by allowing the White House to get back to business.
Trump's early stumbles are already turning attention to 2020.
Bush picked Joe Biden, citing the former vice president's Thursday night appearance at SALT, where he didn't rule out a run.