Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush Throw Shade at Each Other Over Education Policies

The two presidential candidates take to social media with mock photos and sarcastic tweets

Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, two of the leading candidates in the 2016 presidential race, took to Twitter on Monday to throw shade at each other’s education plans.

It all started when the Democratic frontrunner Clinton posted a picture about her new college-affordability plan.

Bush took that moment to repurpose Clinton’s image and jab at President Barack Obama, under whom Clinton once served as secretary of state.

The Twitter feud began as Clinton’s campaign responded with another tweet, this time taking Bush’s image, and scribbling a big “F” next to the text, “The grade given to Florida for college affordability under Jeb Bush’s leadership.”

And Bush’s campaign responded Monday night with another poke, this time at Clinton’s tax policy.

Bush’s tweet marked the end of the feud so far.

According to Business Insider, Clinton had been attacking Bush prior to this Twitter rant. Before the GOP primary debate last Thursday, Clinton had sent a notice to her supporters.

“Here’s your to-do list to be prepared,” wrote Christina Reynolds, Clinton’s director of rapid response. “Stock up on soft projectiles to hurl at your television to give your jeering some attitude (marshmallows get the job done).”

Reynolds added, “Make sure your phone has a full charge so you can tweet about the dangerous policies that candidates like Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, and Scott Walker are proposing.”

Clinton is the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination, while Bush currently trails controversial Donald Trump in the Republican race.