Bobby Jindal, the nation’s first Indian-American governor, entered the 2016 GOP presidential nomination race Wednesday, casting himself as an outsider and a turnaround artist, while vowing to pursue a bold conservative agenda that will challenge the status quo in Washington.
The two-term Louisiana governor and former congressman said he has had success cutting the size and scope of the state government and could do the same on the national level.
“The guy in the White House today is a great talker, and we have a bunch of great talkers running for president,” Mr. Jindal said. “We’ve had enough of talkers, it’s time for a doer.”
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