The uninhibited reaction is a far cry from the reluctance Bush showed to tear in to the president earlier this year during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel.

He dodged the comedian's repeated attempts to bait him in to mocking Trump, laughing along politely instead.

'He hasn't shifted to being president in the way that people are used to, and I think that's the problem.' While the president and his team herald his Twitter use as a way of communicating directly with his followers, Jeb said he was yet to put it to good use.

'He should stop saying things that aren't true,' he told The Washington Examiner.

Bush comes to speak at Powers Brothers Aviation and everything becomes a mess.

Jack wants George to cut his hair but George likes his hair the way it is.

And Benny shocks everyone by setting out in pursuit of a hot romance of her own with a younger guy from work! Bush (BRENT MENDENHAL) makes a speech at the factory in order to gain more Latino votes.

However, the event is slightly marred by rebellious Carmen, who heckles the President about his war policy, embarrassing George.But Bush didn't stop there in allowing Kimmel to make pointed comparisons with the current commander-in-chief. There’s only one “Braveheart” in the room, and he’s not gonna unite us either. I mean remember last year when it seemed like the Oscars were racist? Black people saved NASA and white people saved jazz.Unlike Trump who has complained incessantly about news networks and their coverage of him, Bush said he didn't ever watch television during office. That’s what you call progress.'We are here tonight to honor great actors but we’re also here to honor the actors who seem great, but actually really aren’t. 'He let out a roaring laugh when asked if he was jealous of President Trump's inauguration size but stopped short of mocking his claims it was the 'biggest ever'. ' he laughed, recalling his scrambled attempt to take cover when the heavens opened during Trump's speech.New York Magazine reports that after The Donald finished his speech, which was peppered with surprises including 'American carnage', Bush made no effort to hide what he thought of it.'That was some weird s***,' he said, according to three separate sources who heard him.The apparent inauguration outburst however falls in line with his brother's view of the new president.