Jeb Bush's daughter-in-law becomes U.S. citizen
Jeb Bush's daughter-in-law raised her right hand Friday and pledged allegiance to the United States as a newly naturalized citizen.
Sandra Bush, who is originally from Canada, attended a Miami citizenship ceremony along with her husband, Jeb Bush Jr., and father-in-law, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokeswoman Ana Santiago said in a statement.
The former presidential candidate and Florida governor posed for photographs with others who took part in the ceremony or attended with their loved ones, according to a tweet by Bush Jr. Jeb Bush, who speaks fluent Spanish, often spoke sympathetically about immigrants on the campaign trail.
Reporters might have covered the event, but USCIS didn't send notice of the 9 a.m. ceremony until 8:08 a.m. One photographer who nevertheless managed to show up in time was told the swearing in began much earlier, at 7:30 a.m.
Bush has kept a relatively low profile since ending his candidacy in February.