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On for the presidency mr.
-- -- you talked about Donald Trump briefly what do you think about his role in the campaign he -- becoming somewhat of a kingmaker in it he thinks so.
-- my view is that there -- way way way too many debates going on you know it's time that the campaign get code go to the town hall meetings in Iowa and New Hampshire South Carolina Arizona of their early primary states Florida.
But these -- just go on and on how would that be nice to have -- contrast to the kind of mainstream media questions get so boring after -- let me trump -- not more -- more things these -- little -- fox has -- that that's true that's -- -- -- at least one debate I think they're gonna have another one -- -- put Mitt Romney's feet to the fire as well that was I didn't see the interview so.
Bits and pieces of it -- -- bears a good interview earlier I actually think that run and a lot better than some of the people in the press think that -- -- having me he may have been a little agitated but I don't think it's quiet quiet I think is a little bit -- but you seem a bit dismissive of trump.
What a look it I think that we have they have too many debates I really do and I know that Huntsman is not going Ron Paul's not -- line.
Mitt Romney is not going I don't know what the rest of the gonna do you just said he'll go OK -- them eliminated via -- -- show.
The other thing we're talking about the first thing was was the class warfare thing which is coming back -- ironically this is a president who came and said I'm a uniter and not a divider.
What does he do he starts dividing the country into the millionaires and billionaires all -- estimates.
What do you think is -- class warfare.
Push gonna get any traction politically they think so.
They've got -- as Dan Quayle thing.
I hope it doesn't because it will just further divide the country will alienate people class warfare in the long run does not work.
But if there are people.
Are very Smart they've got all the polls and they have polls that show that this rhetoric.
And this class warfare if you will is working.
It's helping Obama they feel that that is his ticket to getting reelected.
And it's very -- I hope it doesn't work because of it does work that other democratic candidates will use that.
And you know this week he took it even one step further which was to suggest anybody disagrees with some of his regulatory policies is a crook.
Or -- in fact I think we have the clip let's play the clip and get the vice president to react.
A lesser a financial institution whose business model is built on breaking the law cheating customers.
And making risky risky bets that could damage the entire economy.
You should have nothing to fear from these new rules.
If you disagree with his new rules -- broken a law -- that he is the wall.
If it just saw the clip via I hadn't seen that before but let.
Business model built on fraud and that's the Ponzi scheme.
And that's Madoff.
And there's probably other made us out there and you know won't find them hopefully and they'll be prosecuted.
-- for the president of the United States to basically put everybody that has -- business model that -- and less regulation and more entrepreneurship.
And more incentives to create jobs as frauds and -- is really out.
Ranges and frankly there -- even some Democrats who come out and said Dodd-Frank is far too complex we have to that we have to take it apart.
Reconstructed maybe even scrapped all thanks so.
He's he's referring to Democrats is crooks in -- well what what's what's.
In arresting as this is the earliest that I can remember a presidential campaign beginning and with the president United States.
As an incumbent president initiating a campaign eighteen months or what before it was not just today he's been doing this for the lasts for five months.
Presidents have a record that -- proud of a record that they want to run on accomplishments that they have -- made.
And they run what we traditionally referred to as -- Rose Garden strategy and other words stay in Washington do the job and let the American people judge you on what you are able to do but not this president.
One he can't -- record to.
I'm not sure he really likes his job that much at least -- -- like the job.
Being commander in chief of sitting in the Oval Office and making decisions he's much more comfortable in Kansas or wherever else -- may be around the country -- around the world.
You know saying that taking on the fat cats and taking on the big banks and taking on the rich and having all this populist rhetoric that doesn't do one thing.
The move the needle on job creation it's really.
And under management and and -- but it's a situation that we haven't they want do okay.
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