After his successful stint on Fred Dicker’s radio show yesterday, Donald Trump took to the airwaves again last night, appearing on Sean Hannity’s show to explain why he should be President of the United States.
“He’s been a horrible president,” Trump said about Barack Obama. “I always said the worst president was Jimmy Carter. Guess what? Jimmy Carter goes to second place. Barack Obama has been the worst president ever. The history of this country, Barack Obama is number one. And he had this little minion go on television.”
The “little minion” in question there was David Plouffe, Obama’s campaign adviser who said that Trump has zero chance of winning the presidency.
Hannity also asked Trump about his fidelity to the Republican Party and to conservative principles.
He described himself as “very conservative, but with a big heart,” and as someone who has “great values” including loving the country and loving people that work.
[Full disclosure: The New York Observer is published by Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.]
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