Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said on "Hannity" tonight that Donald Trump does not have the character or temperament to be the commander-in-chief of the United States of America.

Perry said that Trump owes Sen. John McCain an earnest apology for the offensive comments he made at the Family Leadership Summit on Saturday, in which he criticized the Arizona senator's war record.

"I don’t think Donald Trump is going to be the nominee for the Republican Party," Perry stated.

Sean Hannity said that it seems like Trump's comments about immigration and securing the border, however, are resonating with many Americans.

Perry said that Trump has been heavy on rhetoric and insults, but light on solutions.

"If Donald Trump wants to sit on the stage and talk about solutions, I'm going to be happy to have that conversation," Perry said. "But if all he's going to do is throw invectives, then I'm going to push back, and I'm going to push back hard."

Watch the full interview above.


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