The Bush family hates this presidential campaign

The 2016 campaign, and especially the remaining candidates running for president, have made some former White House occupants nervous about America’s fate.

“I have this tiny 6-month-old baby, and I worry about our future,” Today show correspondent Jenna Bush Hager, the 34-year-old daughter and granddaughter of presidents Bush 41 and Bush 43, said Thursday during an appearance with her twin sister, Barbara, and their mother, former first lady Laura Bush.

“Because you want smart, capable people to run, and when it turns into this…!” Hager continued, not bothering to finish her sentence as the audience at the at the Women in the World summit in Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater erupted in cheers.

Hager didn’t have to mention Donald Trump or Ted Cruz, who are vying for the Republican nomination in a particularly ugly battle, or that her preferred candidate, her uncle and former Florida governor Jeb Bush, was forced from the race barely out of the starting gate.