Tuesday was the first full day of campaigning for Jeb Bush, who took questions from voters at a town hall in New Hampshire, then headed south to New York City for an interview with Sean Hannity, and then appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
The former Florida Republican governor explained the origin of his nickname "Jeb" — it's short for John Ellis Bush — how he met his wife Columba and how he recently lost 30 pounds to get in shape before the campaign.
Then, Bush joined Fallon for one of the late night show's signature bits, "Slow Jam the News":
Watch Bush's full "Tonight Show" appearance:
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