The Republican’s moves set off a wild scramble inside a party hungry for the White House—and increasingly confident that Hillary Clinton is vulnerable.

Jeb Bush didn’t clear the field. He set the rest of the political world loose on it.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is preparing to launch a national PAC, a move that was publicized just hours after he delivered a State of the State speech that sounded more like a warmup for a State of the Union address.

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, eager to demonstrate that he’s tough enough to take on Hillary Clinton, announced a campaign team that includes Chris LaCivita, a strategist best known for the 2004 swift-boating of John Kerry. He also tweeted Wednesday from primary-land in New Hampshire and dumped on potential rivals in an interview with Politico.

And Mitt Romney, who has run in the past two presidential elections, has called more than a dozen high-end Republican officials to let them know he’s not planning to yield the field to Bush or anyone else.

“Boy, it’s getting crowded out there,” Joe Scarborough said Wednesday on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.

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