字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Donald, this is getting real. This is -- -Yeah, it's getting real. I agree. -You still have time. Do you still want to do this? I mean, there's time. -We're doing well. It's been really a lot of fun, and it's an amazing movement all over the country. It's been incredible, so, no, it's been an honor for me, I have to say. -There's probably kids watching you right now, if they're at home watching. They do stay up late and watch our show. Why should they want to grow up and be president? -Well, I think you want to grow up and be president because you want to help people. And you want to help people. There's tremendous problems that people in this country have, and all over the world. And if you want to help people, there's no better position to do it from than the presidency. So we can do a lot of good. [ Cheers and applause ] -Did you always see yourself -- Did you always see yourself getting into politics? -I really never did. I probably wouldn't have done many of the shows that I've done over the years if I ever thought. But I never thought this would happen. Four years ago, I really, seriously considered it. And they renewed -- As you know, they wanted me to stay and do "The Apprentice," and I was doing all of these jobs and -- But I really wanted to do it, and ultimately I decided I'd wait. Let's see how things go with the country, and things only got worse, and I decided to do it. And, you know, I gave up a lot by doing this. This is a tough thing. There's nothing easy about it. I've always heard doing this is a very, very difficult thing, but nobody knows how tough it is. -It is, right? I mean, it's been a long --- -It's grueling. It's grueling and -- But at the same time, very satisfying. You know, you see what's happening and you see what's going on, so it's very satisfying. But it's a grueling process. -Do you think your business background helps you with campaigning? Like, if you have, like -- you have to target, like, say you need women from 25 to 40, you need that age group, do you target that? -Well, I think where it helps -- [ Laughter ] -That's good, right? Is that too business-y? -I'm trying to figure that one out. -I'm reading -- I'm halfway through your book. [ Laughter ] It's pretty good. it's pretty good. -We're gonna get that one soon. But, you know, yeah, I think business will always help. It helps from a country standpoint. You know, it's interesting. When I was doing the primaries, I spent less money than other people, and I did better than other people. And that's what we want to do for the country. We want to spend less money and do better. [ Cheers and applause ] And I think we can do that. I think we can do that. -We were talking about how long and grueling it is. What has changed from when you first started running to now? -Well, I think the press has become more and more vicious. You know, it was interesting. We started off with 17, and you had some of them in here, and one by one by one -- -We had about 15 on here. -You had about 15. Maybe not all 17, but you had a lot of them. But we had 17 people. And as it got down, you know, I do notice there's a big difference with the media. I also say, though, there's even more love out there. People want this to happen. They really want it to happen. And you see what's going on, even today with the polls where the polls are so good. We just got a great poll from Colorado. Normally, a Republican wouldn't do particularly well there, and we're leading in Colorado and we're leading in Iowa. We're leading in Ohio and Florida. We're leading all over, and it's been amazing. It's been really amazing. -Do you pay attention to the polls? -Oh, I love the polls. -You do? -But I don't pay attention -- If I'm losing or lagging, I'd never mention polls. [ Laughter ] Believe me. Only when I'm winning. -I've noticed that -- little changes. I think your voice has changed a little bit. Because I've done -- I hate to break it to you, but I've done an impression of you once or twice...on this show. [ Cheers and applause ] -You have. -Thank you for letting me do that. -And a very good impression. -Thank you. But when you first started running, [As Trump] you were very high-voiced. Your voice was very high, China -- You'd say "China." A lot of pointing -- very high. [ Normal voice ] And then you got into a stage where you were just yelling. [As Trump] You were yelling into the microphone at people and you were yelling at everyone! [ Normal voice ] And, like, you don't even need the mic. [ As Trump ] And now, you're more of, like, a smoky, silky... [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] [ Laughs ] Like a Donald Trump/Alec Baldwin impression type of voice. Yeah, that's what I see you're doing. And I got to kindly thank you for giving us the material that we're doing. [ Laughter ] It's been amazing to follow and exciting because you say some shocking things. [ Laughter ] I can't even believe. -But I'm trying not to anymore. -Oh, yeah. See, that's changing. Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] That's what I'm talking about, so, yeah.