Everybody wants to work
in this White House. We are a hot country.
This is a hot White House. So, on the other hand,
you had some that decided to … “Let’s stay
away. Let’s stay away.” They did very poorly. Carlos Cubela [Curbelo],
Mike Coffmann. Too bad Mike. Mia Love … Ah but
Mia Love gave me no love and she lost. Too bad.
Sorry about that Mia. Barbara Comstock,
she didn’t want to have any embrace. Peter Roskom didn’t
want the embrace, Erik Paulsen didn’t
want the embrace. I think you should let
me run the country, you run CNN and,
if you did it well, your ratings would
be much better. – Mr President, if I may …
That’s enough. – If I may ask one
other question. That’s enough.
Put down the mic. – Mr President, are you
worried about indictments coming down in
this investigation? – Mr President … I tell you what, CNN should
be ashamed of itself having you
working for them. You are a rude,
terrible person. You shouldn’t be
working for CNN. You’re a very rude person. The way you treat Sarah
Huckabee is horrible. And the way you treat
other people are horrible. – Can you address concerns
in places like Georgia, where people waited in line
to vote for hours, where voting machines
weren’t working in certain districts
and there wasn’t power? You think that’s the reason
the candidate lost? I heard it was very
efficient in Georgia. I heard it was
very efficient. – How do you see you role
as a moral leader? Go ahead.
Go ahead. – Mr President, just
how do you see your role as a
moral leader? Please. Please. There’s so many people,
I’m sorry. – As a moral
leader though? I think I am a
great moral leader and I love our country.
Go ahead, please.