Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Leaving Office

Gov. Jeb Bush is reflecting on leading Florida for eight years saying getting elected governor was a dream come true that turned out even better than expected.

"It’s what I always wanted to do in public life. It's the only thing I’ve wanted to do and imagine at the age of 53 having my dream come true," Bush said. "It could be traumatic, I guess, to a certain extent, but it’s been unbelievable. It’s been more than I expected it to be a lot and it’s been even more than that."

Bush has still not announced what he'll do once he leaves public life.

Governor-elect Charlie Crist will be inaugurated January 2.

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