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Tea Party Group Founder Rejects Trump for Jeb

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By    |   Tuesday, 16 Feb 2016 02:54 PM

Donald Trump does not act presidential — so the founder of the Tea Party of America has spurned the Republican front-runner for rival Jeb Bush.

"I was on the Trump train, but enough is enough," Ken Crow told The Washington Times on Tuesday. "When is Trump going to act like a president? The answer is he's not."

Early in the campaign, Crow supported the developer but has since reversed course.

"Anyone who is unable to control his language in front of little old ladies and children is a problem for me," he said, referring to Trump's strong language during rallies in New Hampshire and in other cities.

Crow has since approached Bush campaign officials about seeking to attract more tea party supporters to the former Florida governor, the Times reports.

"He wants everything we want on the right," Crow said. "He is a quiet leader and he is very prudent in his decision — and that's what, quite frankly, I like about the guy."

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