The following is from CNN in Pensacola:
Jeb Bush, continuing to hit back against Donald Trump, took some not-so-subtle digs Wednesday at the GOP front-runner's spat with a Univision anchor.
The former Florida governor, holding a town hall in Pensacola, Florida, argued that Trump "should be held to account" on his immigration proposals to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and deport millions of undocumented immigrants.
"He should be asked, as he was yesterday, how are you going to pay for it? Why don't you -- prove to me it's not practical?" Bush said during his town hall, blasting Trump for "appealing to people's angst and their anger" without offering "conservative" solutions.
In Iowa on Tuesday, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos was escorted out of a Trump press conference when he tried to grill Trump on specific questions about his immigration plan. Ramos was later allowed back into the event and the two had a testy exchange.
Bush, who takes questions from reporters on a near daily basis, was asked by journalists after his town hall to more specifically address Trump's encounter with Ramos.
"I think people in the press ought to be treated with a little more respect and dignity," Bush said. "How about that?"
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