Donald Trump and Jeb Bush were polite to each other at the first GOP debate. But it's been gloves off since then, especially on Instagram, a social media outlet not known for its vitriol. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Instagram: The New Political War Room?

The Donald Trump-Jeb Bush feud has spilled over into Instagram, which was one of the tamer social media outlets. Not anymore.

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