Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) appeared on "The Kelly File" tonight, where he challenged President Obama's response to the tragic shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee. 

Jindal told Jenna Lee that "the left always goes crazy" when Republicans tell the truth. 

"The reality is we need a president who will stop being politically correct," Jindal said. "After the Ft. Hood shooting, to this day, the Obama administration still calls it an instance of workplace violence. That is ridiculous."

The 2016 Republican presidential candidate explained that this is "evil" and that America is fighting radical Islam. 

"We need a president who will say this," Jindal added. "We've got to get serious about this war."

Watch the full segment in the video clip above.


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