Bush was the limo driver for “Veep” character Selena Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus).
“Are you nominated?” Bush asks Kimmel, who was looking for a ride downtown to the awards ceremony. “Wow, what’s that like?”
“It’s nice,” Kimmel replied.
When asked if he could win, Kimmel replied, “probably not.”
Bush — the former Governor of Florida — offered this advice to the late-night host:
“Here’s what I know, If you run a positive campaign, the voters will ultimately make the right choice.”
This was of course in reference to the campaign that Bush’s rival and eventual Republican nominee Donald Trump ran.
Watch the bit below.
WATCH: "JEB EXCLAMATION POINT!"
— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 19, 2016
Trump was brought up multiple times during the opening monologue.
Kimmel called out Mark Burnett, who produced Trump’s reality show “Celebrity Apprentice,” as responsible if Trump wins the presidency in November.
“Thanks to Mark Burnett we don’t have to watch reality shows anymore, we’re living in one,” Kimmel joked.
“Who do you have lined up to fill in the spot on the Supreme Court — Miley Cyrus or CeeLo?” he asked, in reference to judges another Burnett show, “The Voice.”
Burnett got his chance to respond, when “The Voice” won for Outstanding Reality Program, where he appointed Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys as Supreme Courjt Justices.