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Tuesday Piers Morgan sat down with Jeb Bush and discussed the Romney campaign. The former governor of Florida advised Mitt Romney of two things he thinks will help the Republican presidential candidate win the election: "To layout a compelling alternative to the mess we're in," and "to share the Mitt Romney story."
"It's amazing that we live in a time where people see their candidates a lot but they don't really always get a chance to know them. And I think Mitt Romney's a reserved man," Bush noted.
The son and brother of two former presidents also addressed his own opinion on tax reform. Bush believes new taxes is something the government should not be opposed to:
"We need to grow the economy and then deal with these out-year spending costs that are just unacceptable and unsustainable," Bush explained. "And tax reform provides the catalyst, I think, for common ground, to make this happen in a divided country."
"I see decline in the future unless we begin to solve these problems," Bush said. "If we can't solve it by having 60 Republican senators and a majority in the Congress and a Republican president with a clear agenda, if that doesn't happy in this election, then there has to be some compromise."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interview, as Morgan continues his coverage of Election 2012 from the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.
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