“Don’t cry, I don’t want to hear that again.”
“Be smart, be clear and tell me what’s going on,” he said.
“And be prepared to listen to me, because we don’t always have time.”
In a nod to President Donald Trump’s call for calm ahead of the election, the former Florida governor urged voters to make sure they’re prepared for what they may face.
The stakes are high, he said, because if Trump wins, “I will be in the White House with my head down.
I’m going to be so scared.”