'The Unraveling Isn't Going to Stop': Bush Slams Obama's Foreign Policy
Potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush spoke to Megyn Kelly in an exclusive "Kelly File" interview about the challenges facing the country, his solutions for fixing them and a possible run for the White House.
Megyn pointed out that Bush has said recently that his brother, former President George W. Bush, is his top advisor on Israel and the Middle East.
"I love my brother and I respect his service," Bush said, noting that there are few better people with whom to discuss topics like the War on Terror and the U.S.-Israel relationship. "I do rely on him and I respect his advice."
Do you subscribe to the so-called Bush Doctrine? Megyn asked.
"I don't think you'd find a stronger supporter of a strong U.S.-Israeli relationship than that of my brother," Bush said. "Am I the same as my brother? Of course not."
He asserted that U.S. foreign policy should be grounded, first and foremost, in security and peace.
"What we've seen under [President Obama] is, as we've pulled back, we're creating an incredibly insecure world," Bush said.
"The world is different today than it was in 2001, and it's going to be different in 2017 if we allow this president's foreign policy to continue on. The unraveling isn't going to stop."
Watch more from the must-see "Kelly File" interview above.
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