Governor Scott Walker appeared on the Kelly File Thursday night and commented on the shooting in Chattanooga. His response was starkly different than Obama’s.

Transcript via Mike Miller of IJ Review:

Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker joined the growing chorus of those calling on President Obama to acknowledge that America is at war with radical Islam on Thursday, saying we need to call it what it is.

We need to acknowledge that we’re at war and radical Islamic terrorism is our enemy.

It’s not enough just to have containment anymore. When you talked about the policies that prohibited our military personnel from being armed at an establishment like this; those are outdated.

[W]e’re facing an enemy in radical Islamic terrorism that’s willing to take the fight to us.

We need to make sure that our men and women in uniform not only have the resources to protect us and keep our country safe, [but] they need to have the resources to keep themselves safe.”

Watch the segment below. If you continue past the 3:00 mark, Walker also comments on the Planned Parenthood controversy:

At a campaign event in Iowa yesterday, Walker called for ending the gun ban at military recruiting offices.

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