Former President George W. Bush on Monday night explained “what it takes to be president” while vouching for his brother’s bona fides during his first public campaign appearance for Jeb Bush’s White House bid, NBC News reported. “Our allies will know that when President Jeb Bush speaks he will follow through on his words,” the former president said. George W’s speech focused heavily on temperament and the characteristics needed in the Oval Office, especially when it comes to commanding the military, but did not take on any of his brother’s rivals by name. “We do not need someone in the Oval Office who mirrors and inflames our frustration,” he said seeming to allude to Republican front-runner Donald Trump while using the 9/11 attacks to further set the stakes