Trump says he's & # 39; not too late to lose & # 39; and that in 2016 votes were cast that & # 39; I don't believe it & # 39; – as he says before against & # 39; Sleepy & # 39; Joe Biden then & # 39; very smart & # 39; Hillary Clinton would be.
- President Trump spoke about Iran, politics and its migration policy at NBC & # 39; s & # 39; Meet the Press & # 39;
- He again spotted former VP Joe Biden as & # 39; sleepy & # 39;
- He praised Hillary Clinton as a candidate, although he had been ridiculed in the past and said she should be locked up
- & # 39; I don't like losing. I haven't lost much in my life & # 39;
- Trump also said he would meet Vladimir Putin if Chuck Todd wanted that
President Donald Trump offered some praise to rival Hillary Clinton – he said she was a & # 39; great candidate & # 39; even when he once again mocked former vice president Joe Biden.
The president told NBC & # 39; s & # 39; Meet the Press & # 39; that she is not willing to lose the election.
& # 39; Probably not. Probably not, & he said when host Chuck Todd asked if he was.
& # 39; It would be much better, it would be much better if I said "Yes." It would be much easier for me to say, "Oh, yes." No, I am probably not too willing to lose. I don't like losing. I haven't lost much in my life, & T 39 said.
Asked if he was bothered by not winning the popular vote in 2016, Trump said: & # 39; many votes were cast that I don't believe. & # 39;
President Trump spoke on various topics about NBC's Meet the Press
Trump praised Hillary Clinton as a candidate in an interview broadcast on a weekend when Biden and other Democratic presidential contenders gathered in Columbia, South Carolina.
& # 39; I actually think Hillary Clinton was a great candidate. She was very smart. She was very cool. She was ruthless and mean, & said Trump.
& # 39; You'd rather bump into her again, right? & # 39; Todd asked.
& # 39; No, & # 39; said Turmp. & # 39; No. I would rather go against Biden. & # 39;
& # 39; Sleepy Joe. He is sleepy. She was not sleepy. Let me tell you something, Electoral College is harder for a Republican to win than the popular vote. At least me. I feel that I am going to three places. I went to 19 or 21 states. I went to Maine four times because I wanted one. And I understand. And that's the beauty of the electoral college, & said Trump.
Donald Trump interview on Meet The Press with Chuck Todd
Amid reports of young children who are still separated from their border families and allegations that they are being neglected, Trump claimed that his government is a & # 39; fantastic & # 39; job is doing.
Trump said he agreed that the circumstances were terrible, but accused former President Barack Obama of the divorces and said that democrats refused to give money for humanitarian aid.
& # 39; President Obama has built the cages. Do you remember when they said I built them ?, & he said.
& # 39; But let's not punish the children anymore, & # 39; said Chuck Todd from NBC to him.
& # 39; You are right, & # 39; Trump replied. & # 39; And this happens long before I got there. What we have done is that we have created, we have ended the divorce. You know, you had divorce under President Obama. I was the one who ended it. & # 39;
He continued accusing Obama: & # 39; I inherited President Obama's divorce. President Obama has built, they call them prison cells. & # 39;
He then praised the work of his government and accused the Democrats of ceasing aid.
& # 39; We are doing fantastic work under the circumstances. The Democrats do not agree to give us money. Where's the money? You know what? The Democrats are maintaining humanitarian aid, & he said.
& # 39; If the Democrats changed the asylum laws and loopholes, which they refuse to do because they think it's a good policy, then everything would be resolved immediately & # 39;
& # 39; But they refuse to do it. They refuse to do it. You know what? If they change that, I say, I used to say 45 minutes. It is 15 minutes. If they changed their asylum and if they changed the mesh, everything at the border would be perfect. & # 39;
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