Jeb Bush says it's "not appropriate" for Palin to blame Obama for son's actions

Jeb Bush said in a radio interview on Thursday that it wasn’t appropriate for Sarah Palin to blame President Obama for her son’s actions.

Palin’s son, Track, was arrested on domestic violence charges earlier this week stemming from altercation in which he allegedly hit his girlfriend while drunk. The former Alaska governor in a speech on Wednesday said President Obama didn’t do enough for veterans, citing her son.

“I don’t know the details of it, but I do know that we have a problem of post-traumatic stress,” the presidential candidate and former Florida governor said on Kilmeade and Friends. “It’s a serious problem and that the Veterans Administration needs to do a better job of creating centers of excellence to deal with veterans.”

“Our communities need to rise up to help veterans,” he continued. “We have homeless veterans, we have people that are suicidal and who have committed suicide. It’s a national tragedy, all of us I think have a responsibility to roll up our sleeves — I don’t think blaming the president is appropriate.”

Still, Bush said, Obama can be blamed for the dysfunction at the VA.