Will Jeb or won't Jeb? Even his brother, former President George W. Bush, doesn't know if the former Florida governor will run for the White House.
Here's what the one Bush said of the other to CNN's Candy Crowley:
"When you’re weighing the presidency, you think ‘Do I fear success?’ In other words: ‘Can I handle it if I win?’ On paper it seems like maybe an easy task. On the other hand, if you really start thinking about the implications of being president, some people go ‘Well, I’m not sure I can really handle that’ – and therefore back off. The other thing about it is do you fear failure? And Jeb doesn’t. Nor does he fear success, by the way. One reason why is because he was an able governor of Florida.
"The final consideration, of course, is what you just brought up: The family. And he has seen what it’s like to be the son of a president. He’s seen what it’s like to be the brother of a president. And therefore he’s being very – he is not rushing into running for the presidency. I have no clue where his head is now. By the way, people say ‘Convince your brother to run.’ You know, you can’t convince him to run. Only he can make the decision.
"And pushing him doesn’t help, by the way."