Former Vice President Dick Cheney let loose on President Obama in an interview with Sean Hannity last night.

Specifically Cheney criticized the way Obama has conducted his overseas trips.

"But what I find disturbing is the extent to which [Obama has] gone to Europe, for example, and seemed to apologize profusely in Europe, and been to Mexico and apologize there, and so forth," Cheney said.

He added: "The world outside there, both our friends and our foes, will be quick to take advantage of a situation if they think they're dealing with a weak president or one who not going to stand up and aggressively defend America's interest.The United States provides most of the leadership in the world; we have for a long time, and I don't think we have much to apologize for. You can have a debate about that."

Cheney also acknowledged the urge for a new president to place blame on previous administrations.

"There's a great temptation for a new administration to come in and when you find a problem, obviously, to blame it on your predecessor," Cheney said. "We did it, I'm sure. The Obama administration's not the first one ever to do that."

Cheney also criticized the President for shaking hands with Hugo Chavez at the Summit of the Americas, and called for the declassification of memos that he claims would show the success of harsh interrogation tactics.

"I formally ask that they be declassified now," Cheney said. "I haven't announced this up to know, I haven't talked about it. But I know specifically of reports that I read, that I saw that lay out what we learned through the interrogation process and what the consequences were for the country."

Watch the interview below: