Jeb Bush has accused Donald Trump of sounding "like a typical politician" as he changes his stance on immigration.
"Well, I can only say that whatever his views are this morning, they might change this afternoon, and they were different than they were last night, and they'll be different tomorrow," the former Florida governor told WABC Radio in an interview Thursday.
Bush, who ran his own failed presidential campaign this cycle, said he cannot actually comment on Trump's specific immigration policy because "they seem to be ever, ever changing, depending on what crowd he's in front of."
"Sounds like a typical politician, by the way, where you get in front of one crowd and say one thing, and then say something else to another crowd that may want to hear a different view," Bush added. "All the things that Donald Trump railed against, he seems to be morphing into — it's kind of disturbing."
Bush then explained his immigration stance, which many have pointed out is similar to the one Trump has been accused of "softening" toward.
When asked if he thinks Trump is coming around to his own views, Bush deferred.
"I don't know what to believe about a guy who doesn't believe in things," Bush responded. "I mean he doesn't ... this is all a game. He doesn't ... his views will change based on the feedback he gets from a crowd, or, you know, what he thinks he has to do. Life is too complex. For me I couldn't do that. I have to believe what I believe, and if it's popular, great, if it's not, I try to get better at presenting my views. But shifting my views because, because it's political to do it? That's what politicians do in this country, that's what Trump is trying to do right now. I find it abhorrent."