During his hour-long sit-down with Glenn, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal answered questions about education, the economy and military policy before shifting to more personal matters.
At one point, Glenn asked Jindal how big of a role his faith plays when making decisions on the job.
To answer the question, Jindal told a story about a time he was questioned on his open expression of his faith in the public square.
[A reporter] said, "Look Governor, you’re thinking about running for president. It’s been rumored you might run for president. You really think it’s appropriate?" And he showed a clip where I got up and said, "God wins in the end and God beats death and Satan."
I said, "You know, our leaders have been praying for America in those kinds of terms longer than we’ve been a country. I’d be skeptical of somebody who said that they didn’t need that in their lives."
Watch the exchange below.