Donald Trump did an interview with Wolf Blitzer of CNN, discussing his take on the various presidential contenders, declared and otherwise... plus opinions on Dubya and Condi.
Hillary-- Very talented, very smart. A very, very capable person. SHe'll proably Brilliant, people love her, She's ready to be the commander in chief. SHe's become very, very popular in new york and it wasn't easy.
Barack obama he's a star. He's done an amazing job in a very short time. the wquestion is experience. I think he's young. I think it's a little bit soon.
JOhn Edwards. I don't know him.
That was a huge negative. It's a shame that that race was lost, because look what we have right now. It's a disaster. I would be inclined not to like him on the basis that he lost that election that he should have won.
Bush is probably the worst president in the istory of the united states and I don't understand how they could have
Giuliani very ver talented-- smart, tough, ver formidable in every way. He's a very good guy, He's a very tough person which i think the country needs. He's got a lot of fantastic qualities.
McCain I don't know him well. Anybody who wants more troops going over to Iraq can't win.
Mitt Romney. I know him. I like him, very attractive guy. He's a very smart guy.
Bloomberg I think he's a fantastic person, someone I know and respect. He's been a wonder ful mayor, done a great job. I think he'd be formidable
On Bush, besides saying he's the worst president in history-- "He reads 60 books a year. He reads a book a week. Do you think the president reads a book a week? I don't think so."
Who does he want most for president...
I have great respect for ... Hillary, Giuliani... Bloomberg
Are you more democrat or Republican
I'm very much independent that way. I'm really more attuned to the people rather than the party.
On the war:
The war is a total disaster. It's a catastrophe, nothing less. It is such a shame that this took place. In fact, I gained a lot of respect for our current president's father by the fact that he had the sense not to go into Iraq. He won the war and then said, Let's not go the rest of the way. And he turned out to be right.
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