Well, this morning, Donald Trump, in the spotlight, stirring things up once again. He said over the weekend that if he decides to run for president as the Reform Party candidate, he will spend a $ 100 million of his own money on the campaign, and yesterday, he told me that a key factor in his decision will be whether he can be assured of being part of the presidential debates. Presidential debates saying that one of the criteria that you're going to use is that they say in advance that you're going to be part of the debates, if you qualify in 50 states. Well, I would want to be part of the debates. If I spend close to a $ 100 million on running, if I decide to run, I would want to be part of the debates, and if I weren't going to be part of the debates, I think it probably would be a fruitless effort. I think people like straight talk. I talk -- I used to say that I could never be elected because I do talk straight, and politicians don't talk straight. And I've watched some of our candidates, number one, they're extremely boring, and number two, they don't say much... All of them? ...so nothing's -- well, I don't want to generalize but I find it very, very tough to sit through an entire interview watching some of them. Now, that shouldn't necessar -- perhaps I wouldn't have enjoyed watching Abraham Lincoln or George Washington, you know, that's possible also. But the fact is I have a real hard time with these folks. You have proven yourself a guy who is a master of -- of whatever else, of stunts. How much of this is a stunt? But it's not a stunt. [Clip] How much of all of this is just to entertain yourself? How much are you serious? I'm totally serious. I'm serious. I'm also, and as I told you before when it was just us in the room, I'm having fun. I'm having fun doing it. But -- and that's good. And, by the way, you can't do it well if you don't have fun at it. You just have to. [Clip] And you said, 'I guess he's an anti-Semite,' right? 'He doesn't like blacks, he doesn't like gays.' Do you want to take any of that back. Well, there's nothing to take back. Bill Bradley, 'almost Marxist'? [Clip] Yeah. I've known Bill Bradley. I'm the largest employer in the state of New Jersey, or just about. I would say that Bill Bradley is so liberal in his tendencies, in his leanings, his real tendencies and his real leanings that he's almost Marxist. You can't just sort of say generally that someone is Marxist. I mean, these are strong words. Marxist. Well, let him challenge me on it. I mean, you know, let him challenge me on it. But I -- that's just my feeling toward Bradley. [Clip] He seemed disconnected from his words. But as he's talking about bombing and talking about nuclear and talking about lots of other things, he had a big smile on his face. I'm saying, 'What's going on over here?' And another issue you said recently that if the North Koreans are developing nuclear weapons, then we should go in in a surgical strike, much like the Israelis... I -- I never said that though. I said we should go in and negotiate, and... And develop ...of course. Who wants them, in four years, or three years, or two years to have nuclear capability the likes of which we have never seen before. I don't. And if the Chinese threatened intervention if we -- if we -- if we... Look, we use China, and China is whipping us big league on trade, and if they want to continue to rip us, they're going to have to do something with respect to North Korea, 'cause North Korea's totally out of control, but China controls North Korea very beautifully. And you'd intervene, even if China threatened to -- to get involved. China wouldn't threaten. China needs us so badly, you have no idea. Look what they're doing in terms of trade. They are taking a $ 100 billion a year from us in trade. Next we ask, doesn't he hate to shake hands? Do you think you're a germ phobe? I've read what you said about shaking hands and then going and washing your hands. Do you think it's a little bit of a phobia? Well, I don't think it's a phobia. I think it's common sense. Look, I have people coming up to me wanting to shake my hands. I don't know where they came from, but I -- I see people, they sneeze, and then they say, 'Mr. Trump, let me shake your hand. I think you're wonderful.' And, you know, I say, 'You just sneezed in your hand. I don't want to shake your hand.' I think it's a barbaric custom. I do it. I can do it. I mean, I guess if it was a real phobia, I wouldn't be doing it, I'd just say, 'Let's stop.' I was surprised in looking at the notes for your book that you say you have never had a drop of alcohol, you have never had any drug because of your brother. I had a brother, Fred, who was a terrific guy. Handsome, incredible personality, smart, everything, but he got hooked early, fairly early, during college and then after college on alcohol. And ultimately, it killed him. And, you know, frankly, and I say this to all of the many lawyers that are watching, I just don't understand. You went after the cigarette companies, which is great, 'cause I think they're terrible also, but alcohol's worse than cigarettes. So you would like to see state action similar to the tobacco companies against... Hey, if I was an attorney general, I'd bring all the cases I could against the alcohol companies because of the tremendous horror that they've brought. If for no other reason, maybe this point gets across this morning. I mean, I -- I really hope that somebody goes after the alcohol companies. I learned a lot from my brother, who was quite a bit older than me. He said, 'Don't you ever smoke. Don't you ever -- ever have a glass of alcohol.' And I watched his life just be destroyed, and I never have had a glass of alcohol, I've never had a cigarette. I've never had a cup of coffee in my life. I've never, you know, 'cause that's... Caffeine? Well, caffeine is caffeine. Look, I'm not knocking coffee. I'm not putting it into the same breath, but I just have chosen not to. All right, the first word for the other candidates is boring. What is the first word for you? One word? I think I bring spirit to things I do. My business has tremendous spirit. And every candidacy has to have a slogan. What's yours? 'Go with me and we'll win, because we will win.'