Dec 31 (Reuters) – Potential U.S. Republican presidential claimant Jeb Bush has quiescent from all of his corporate and non-profit house member positions, a Washington Post reported on Wednesday, as a former Florida administrator explores a run for a White House.
The Post, citing a matter emailed to a paper by one of Bush’s aides late on New Year’s Eve, pronounced he even stepped down from a house of his preparation foundation.
The matter combined that he was still evaluating subsequent stairs for businesses for that he serves as an owners or principal partner, including consulting organisation Jeb Bush Associates, a Post reported.
Reuters could not exclusively establish a report. Representatives for Bush were not immediately available.
The news comes only days after Bush, a son of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush and a hermit of former President George W. Bush, announced he was stepping down from a house of genuine estate investment trust Rayonier Inc.
Bush pronounced there were no disagreements between Rayonier and him.
Bush, 61, pronounced on Dec. 16 that he was actively exploring a run for a U.S. presidency in 2016 and would settle a domestic movement cabinet in Jan that would concede him to rivet with supporters and intensity donors and establish either sufficient support exists for a run.
Bush served as Florida’s administrator between 1999 and 2007. (Reporting by Curtis Skinner in San Francisco; Editing by Nick Macfie)