Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush told Sean Hannity that it is no longer necessary to use enhanced interrogation techniques on suspected terrorists. 

At the end of a discussion about ISIS and President Obama's foreign policy, Hannity asked for a few yes-or-no answers from the former Florida governor. 

Bush said "yes" to the question of whether Guantanamo Bay should stay open, but then answered "no" on whether enhanced interrogations should be used by the United States.

"I don’t think we need it," he explained. 

Hannity pressed him on the answer - which is a shift from the policies of the George W. Bush administration - asking about the decision to use enhanced interrogations after the 9/11 attacks.

"I think it was appropriate at the time, given the uncertainty. We were under attack. I think it was also appropriate to change the policies once we had enough history," he said. 

Watch the full segment above and much more from the interview, here.

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