Jeb Bush showed off his comedic side and his fluency in Spanish last night on "The Tonight Show," slow-jamming the news with Jimmy Fallon. 

One of the highlights was when The Roots singer Black Thought sang, "He went to Miami, now he's gone. His nickname is... the white LeBron."

Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham reacted this morning on "America's Newsroom."

Benson said to be a successful Republican presidential candidate, the nominee must show that he's comfortable in these types of situations. 

"You have to be able to do this sort of thing. And do it in a way where you look at ease," said Benson. 

Benson said Bush "looked pretty good" slow-jamming the news and showed that he can have fun. 

Ham agreed that the clip will go viral and is a "powerful" way for the former Florida governor to try to reach voters with the message that he's not "just another Bush."

Watch the entertaining "slow jam" above. And check out Jeb Bush's interview with Sean Hannity.