Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was on “The Kelly File” tonight after a group of pro-union protesters gathered outside of his elderly parents’ home this week.

Walker owns the home but hasn’t lived there in several years. His parents, who are in their mid-70s, live there now.

Walker told Megyn Kelly that his parents were home at the time of the protest.

“I think my dad said this morning when I talked to him that he turned his hearing aid down a little bit. My mom, my mom is so wonderful she was actually half tempted to send them some chocolate chip cookies ‘cause she sends those to our neighbors all the time,” Walker said.

Walker also sounded off on recent criticism of his college record.

He said, “I think people want to judge: ‘What have you done lately?’

Watch the full interview above.