Jeb Bush bashes Sean Penn for El Chapo's interview

The former governor of Florida said that it is shameful that Sean Penn interviewed the leader of the Sinaloa cartel to present him as a heroe.

Bush described El Chapo as a very violent man that has poisoned thousands of people in the U.S. and Mexico. (Photo: Rolling Stone handout via Reuters)
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Jeb Bush, Republican hopeful and former governor of Florida, said that it is shameful that Sean Penn interviewed Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán to present him as a heroe.

In an interview with Univisión, Bush said that El Chapo, a very violent man, has poisoned thousands of people in the United States and Mexico and created a lot of trouble for thousands of families and millions of people.

Bush added that the since Guzmán said in the interview that he has sold more drugs to the United States than anyone else, the statement could be used as an evidence against him.

Guzmán, 58 and leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, was recaptured on January 8, 2016 and Mexico has expressed its intention of extraditing him to the United States as soon as possible.

Penn secretly met with Guzmán three months after the drug kingpin escaped from prison. Mexican actress Kate del Castillo helped arrange the meeting.  

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