In recent days, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush have engaged in a war of words about George W. Bush and 9/11 and if the former president could have prevented the terror attacks.

On "Fox News Sunday," Trump said that Bush's assertion that his brother kept the country safe is not true, because 9/11 occurred on his watch.

Trump explained that he doesn't blame the former president for the terror attacks, but but doesn't believe President Bush kept us completely safe either.

Bush has been quick to defend his brother and his national security record.

Tonight on "The Kelly File," Brad Woodhouse and Rep. Peter King (R-NY) joined Megyn Kelly to explain why they agree with Trump and Bush, respectively.

Woodhouse said that he disagrees with Jeb Bush's blanket statement that his brother kept the country safe.

He noted that in the months leading up to 9/11, President Bush was warned no less than 36 times about Osama bin Laden and a possible attack.

"You can't assert that he kept us safe if you look at 9/11," Woodhouse stated.

King, on the other hand, said what both Trump and Woodhouse have said is misleading and untrue, explaining that Bush had no warning of an impending attack in the U.S., only plots for potential attacks in Europe.

"Donald Trump now is sounding like a left-wing, Michael Moore wacko," King said. "If he wants to be commander-in-chief, he better understand what this is about. Because right now, he's just talking in riddles. It makes no sense."

Watch more from King above and Woodhouse below.


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