Jeb Bush, who is running for president as a Republican hopeful in the 2016 election, thinks that President Obama has created “chaos” because of his large vocabulary.

We can’t make this up.

In advocating for a more blunt type of diplomacy, such as that of his former president and brother George W. Bush, Jeb Bush said, “You don’t have to be the world’s policemen, but you have to be the world’s leader and there’s a huge difference. This guy — this president and Secretary Clinton and Secretary Kerry – when someone disagrees with their nuanced approach where it’s all kind of so sophisticated it makes no sense. You know what I’m saying?”

He went on to say, “Big syllable words and lots of fancy conferences and meetings and – We’re not leading. That creates chaos. It creates a more dangerous world. So restoring the alliances that have kept the world safer and our country safer – getting back to a position in the Middle East where there’s no light between Israel and the United States.”

Later, Bush asserted that Obama had a poor relationship with Israel’s Benjamin Netenyahu and said, “You don’t have to have good relationship with your counterparty, you have to recognize the security importance of that relationship.”