Donald Trump doesn't like being interrupted. At the Republican debate on Saturday, when Jeb Bush broke into one of Trump's answers, Trump turned around and shushed Bush.
This was a continuation of how Trump has long handled Bush, often verbally bullying the Florida governor and characterizing him as weak.
But this was also during a particularly tense conversation over eminent domain, in which the government takes over private property for other purposes.
Trump defended the practice — specifically by calling it necessary to build roads and other infrastructure.
"Eminent domain is an absolute necessity for a country," he said. "Without it, you wouldn't have roads, you wouldn't have hospitals, you wouldn't have anything. You wouldn't have schools; you wouldn't have bridges. You need eminent domain."
Bush then responded that Trump hadn't just defended eminent domain for these kind of public projects, but for his own private project as well.
"The difference between eminent domain for public purpose — as Donald said, roads and infrastructure, pipelines, and all that — that's for public purpose," Bush said. "But what Donald Trump did was use eminent domain to try to take the property of an elderly woman on the strip in Atlantic City. That is not public purpose. That is downright wrong."
Trump started to answer and got wrapped up in cross-talk — at which point Trump moved to shut down Bush by telling him, "Let me talk. Quiet." And the audience booed.