As the other presidential candidate with a private email server, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is trying to contrast himself with Democrat Hillary Clinton.
"My email address, write it down, and send me your thoughts, email@example.com," he’s shown telling a crowd in an Aug. 27, 2015, campaign video (the clip is from the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines on Aug. 14). "By the way, I just gave out my email address. It’s exactly what I did when I was governor of the state of Florida. I released all my emails; I’m writing an e-book about my emails."
Bush and Clinton have drawn criticism from campaign rivals because they both used private email accounts and servers for their government jobs.
But can Bush claim he’s released all of his emails as a way of drawing a distinction between himself and Clinton? No, in reality, he's done exactly what Clinton has done. Bush says he has turned over and made public all the emails he was required to. That's the same argument Clinton is making.
And like Clinton, that means we may never know with 100 percent certainty if Bush left out any work-related emails.
Turn to Joshua Gillin's fact-check from PolitiFact Florida.