Christopher Bedford writes at the Daily Caller:
Former Gov. Jeb Bush’s campaign is in trouble.
This week alone, it has sustained a top-level campaign shake-up and reports have circulated that it may fall short of its fundraising goal.
But a review of the public record shows it already fell way short of its fundraising goal, and has been behind predictions for months. Not by a few million dollars, either, but by as much as $400 million -- or 80 percent as the most optimistic predictions Bush loyalists have circulated.
"All of this -- campaign shuffles and fundraising shortfalls -- before Mr. Bush has even declared his candidacy," Bedford writes. "What happened?"