Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal didn’t mince words during an appearance on Fox News’ Fox & FriendsWednesday morning.
The next U.S. president should want “to do something not just be somebody,” Jindal told the hosts, taking a clear swipe at U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who announced this week that he’s seeking the 2016 Republican nomination.
Jindal traveled to New York City this week for fundraising for his Believe Again super PAC and stopped by the Fox News studio to talk about his own possible presidential aspirations and the qualities he believes the next president should possess.
“I do tend to think our nominee, and I’ve been saying this for a while, should be a reform-minded, conservative governor, somebody who’s got a proven track record,” Jindal said.