Donald Trump Says the Friendship Between Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush is 'Political Bull****'

Donald Trump made a completely uncensored remark about the friendship between Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination.

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He said at a campaign stop in New Hampshire: “Its political bull****. They hate each other. Trust me, I know.”

Following the comment, Jeb Bush told reporters he wouldn't respond unless they used the exact word too: “I won't respond until I hear it.”

Meanwhile, we may be seeing Trump's wife Melania taking a larger role in his campaign. So far, we've really only seen Melania on rare occasions on the political trail.

Trump's daughter Ivanka has been the one who's front-and-center - such as when she introduced her dad when he announced he was running for president.

But Trump told CNN that Melania will soon join the political battle, saying: “I think she'll be amazing and I think Ivanka's going to be amazing. They're going to be out very much on the campaign trail."

While Trump’s foul language was the talk of the campaign trail, New Jersey Governor and Trump Republican rival Chris Christie appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and took a dig at the billionaire.

When asked about his plan on immigration and visas, Noah told the politician: “It’s going to cost so much money, seven billion dollars just to overhaul in the airports.”

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Christie told the South African comic: “It’s a lot less expensive than a two thousand mile wall across the entire southern border, how about that?!”

Meanwhile, two Daily Show alums got together as Jon Oliver appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and the British comedian let his feelings known about the current GOP race.

“I couldn’t give less of a ****. It's the 2016 election. And it’s 2015 right now. So I don’t care until we’re in the same year as the thing that I’m supposed to care about. There are plenty of problems in the world that [the candidates] might want to talk about rather than themselves,” Oliver quipped.

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