Bobby Jindal may not be gracing Iowa and New Hampshire with this presence anytime soon. Apparently, the Louisiana Republican is in a little hot water for trying to hide why F. King Alexander was chosen to be LSU chancellor and president. Considering Louisiana State University is a public institution, and its employees are paid by the taxpayers, trying to cover up who applied for the job and why Alexander was selected is pretty bad.
In a real example of irony, in his role as Republican Governor’s Association Chair, Jindal is going around attacking someone else for being unethical:
Will Jindal even go ahead and run? Considering he is out there calling out other people’s ethics you would have to assume he has the stones to go through with it in 2016.