[Inaudible] Imus, in the morning program. Donald Trump, good morning, Donald. How are you? Good morning, Don. How are you? I'm good, thank you. Did you watch the debate last night? I did. Tell me what's your thought? Well, I thought you know, there was no big knockout, but I actually thought Mitt Romney did by far the best. I didn't think Santorum had a good night. I feel like Romney actually did the best. Ron Paul, let's not even discuss it, although, he's certainly an interesting quirky guy, and I thought also Newt Gingrich was pretty good. I thought he was good, he's got that big picture and he's a good debater always has been. He had a couple of weak debates against Romney in Florida. But you know, he's really had some pretty good debates [Inaudible] said. I thought he was good... I thought Romney was the winner of the debate. I thought... I just think that Ron Paul was like, let's wait to wear it for me and kind of like a Martian. But I don't think he's going to be president but I've gotten where I kind of like him. Well, he's a quirky guy and he's got some good things going. I think his leave Iran alone is not working. That's not going good. I can't imagine that you know people are loving that. And I get what he's saying but I can't imagine a lot of people like him that I don't. But he certainly has a little interest and a little flavor. I was talking with somebody the other day about China and I said you know I agree with Trump. I tell him this... because of the reason it came up. We're talking about Joe Biden. And you know they the vice premier of China was here, Xi Jinping, what his name is, and Biden give something... speech and it sounded to me, I don't know much about it. Not as much as you or anybody else does, but it seemed to me like a dog and pony show. Like he wasn't really serious. And I said to this person. I said, well, the other do what Trump don't know, Trump's concession, to somebody so they can't, they can't do that. So first of all tell me what would you say to China because we have this apparently $300 billion trade deficit. One moment you say to them and two why can't we say that? What's behind the deficit? They make more than $300 billion on us each year. They manipulate their debt. They make up products because that's why you know when they talk about unemployment in this country its ridiculous. I mean the jobs are going to other countries, China in particular and you certainly don't hold state dinners for people that manipulated that debt in order to hurt you. And that's what they do. And it's amazing because we have all the cards, you know people are not so smart in some cases. Certainly the administration is not smart. And it's amazing to me we have all of the cards and they don't understand that. And you have these guys coming over, the vice president and the president that we give them these magnificent state dinners and you know when people are doing numbers on, you don't give them state dinners and that's exactly what's happening here, Don. It's an absolute problem, the way we're dealing. And again, we're going to lose this year more than $300 billion, not mentioning jobs, not mentioning the fact that they then take the money and loan it back to us and we pay them interest. It's hard to believe. And the reason we have the cards is because they sell to us. We don't sell to them by any comparison. I mean it's so little relatively speaking it's ten to one. And in some cases probably more than that. The other thing about China is they tax our products we don't tax them. You know a friend of mine called up who sells luxury products, he said, oh man China just put a luxury tax on us. I said, does anyone know that, it is a case of business guy. He doesn't think of... He doesn't call you and tell you, but he tells me about a luxury tax. And you saw a few months ago where they put a tax on the SUV and trucks that are being sold in China. So it's really an... I consider that to be one of the biggest problems and OPEC you go back to OPEC where they are having a field day, where do you see your gasoline bill this summer. It's going to be $6, $7 a gallon. Nobody's there to say fellows, it's going to end. I'm sorry, what would you say to them, and what would you say to China? I would say to China, fellows and I wouldn't do it at a state dinner, I would say, fellows you better get over here because we're going to institute a tax on all of your products coming into this country of 25% and you're going to pay the tax. And by the way, if you don't pay the tax that's okay because we'll end up making the products in this country and you're going to stop manipulating your currency because it's impossible for our companies to compete with China. I mean I have contractors coming in and they are crying the blues all the time because the currency manipulation and China makes it impossible to compete. By the way if you want to do business in China it's very, very hard. If they want to do business here it's really easy. What's keep China from saying, well fine you're going to jump out, and give us back the money you borrowed from us? Because the money that we borrowed is relatively small compared to the kind of economies that you're talking about. When you have a trillion to in borrowing. It sounds like a lot... first of all they can't ask for it back. They have a period of time. You know it's not like, oh gee, give me the money. They signed a document where they get their money back whenever it expires and that expiration is in for a while. So we get time, we get time. But there are lots of ways of handling that. Look nobody knows more about banks than I do and trust me it's their problem, not our problem. I remember, I always remember, Donald Trump [Inaudible]. I always remember, I can't remember what it was. I'll always remember, now, I can't remember what it was but anyway I'm remembering what you did which I thought was really [Inaudible]. Was back in the 80's or 90's, whatever the hell was... you said to the banks, you get a bigger problem for me than I got for you. It's in your interest to work it out, and it did. I said, you have a big problem folks. Let's sit down and work it out. And they did and they were great. I still have the same banks I use the same people I mean and we're doing unbelievable business as you know and we have... I built a great company, a really great company. I will tell you when I first started talking to you years and years ago I had a very leveraged company. But you know that's turned into a great company with very little debt, lots of cash, great, great assets. I can't think of many people that have better assets. And you know I'm very proud of that, it's good, fact in my book my last book, Time to get Tough, you know I filled out the financial disclosure page and I said you know what I'll do I'll put the summary sheets in the book. I actually told them about my company for the first time nobody really knows about my company. And I put the financial disclosure in the book because I'm proud of it. I built a great company and it's you know that's what should happen with this country. Well, my only point is that maybe I'm not making a very good point, probably not. You're doing beautifully. But my point was you wouldn't... one wouldn't think, I wouldn't think, that's why I'm not you, a lot of people are. One wouldn't think if one owes a bunch of money to the bank that they go to the bank and say look you got a problem not me. So that worked when you did that. What you're saying is, that maybe I'm a little naive but what you sense is saying is that's what America should said say to China, we're essentially in the same situation. It's true. Well, it's a very similar things. China has a problem. But China's got a bigger problem. If we have to stop doing business with them or if we ever impose that tax which would cut down the business very substantially. They go into a depression the likes of which you've never seen because we're rebuilding China. They're making so much for us. Those factories up bustling and our factories are dead. You go up to New England to these places and look at the factories they are dead. There's nothing happening up there. And those factories do go to China, you have thousands and thousands of people on lines that are working and they're making American products. If we ever made it where they have to pay tax we're all of a sudden became an economic for people, for our people to buy. You would have a depression in China the likes of which you've never seen. You know we're rebuilding China. We're not rebuilding our country, Don. We're rebuilding China and we're rebuilding it fast. They're building bridges. When was the last time you saw a bridge being built in this country? We don't built bridges anymore. The George Washington Bridge, the Verrazano Bridge, we used to build bridges. Right now they're building 39 bridges or some massive bridges in China. We don't build bridges anymore because it's too expensive. The environmentalists don't let it happen because there's a clam underneath the bridge and you can't do that. And you know we don't build anymore. We don't do any, we don't do that big great projects anymore. But you go to China, it's like you wouldn't believe what's happening over there and they're doing it with our sweat and with our money. The bridges were built is the one to nowhere. We're building... that's right the tunnel to nowhere. We have the bridge to nowhere, the tunnel to nowhere. That's what we do, great planning. I'm talking with Katie McFarlane who is a very smart woman who spent the state department of the Reagan and Bush's and [Inaudible] for so long, been going back to even Kissinger. She was an intern for Kissinger when she was 18. Imagine what's going on there. Anyway, she says to me... and we're talking with China thing. I think I'm talking about your position, as she says, well, China is going to develop a market for their products that say make in their own country. And I didn't argue with her because I wasn't intellectually equipped to do so. But it did occur to me that how they going to sell products they made to their own people and pay them $0.9 an hour to make them. Well, but she is right there, they're trying to develop that market, that market isn't there right now in a very big way. But they're trying, you know what's scary, though. Everything we're doing they think great copycats and now I don't know if you saw, they're trying to make their own jetliner, all of a sudden they're going to be making nothing but trouble for Boeing. You know, they make a deal with Boeing. They take their technology because they order some jets and they see, yes, but we want to take that technology. We want this, we want that. By the way usually they steal it if they don't take it, I mean they just steal it. But what's happening with China is unbelievable and it's unleashed and you know frankly the only candidate that I see out there that talks about it is Mitt Romney. It's one of the reasons I endorsed him. Romney's the only one that's out there that's talking about Johnny, he gets it. The other people... you never even hear about it in debates. And it's one of our big problems and OPEC is another one. I mean OPEC, these guys are sitting around laughing at the stupidity of our leaders. They cannot believe they're getting away with what they're getting away with. Speaking of a Romney nomination what if we get to the point in Tampa or whatever it is in August or September, when we have a brokered convention what happens then? Well, I don't think it's going to happen. I think Romney's going to win Michigan. I've been doing programs in Michigan and it's very interesting. I hope you're proud of me. I always like it, when you get to vicious to somebody. It's my favorite part of what you do. The only one I won't have get vicious with you. But and by the way your sidekick was great on Hannity last night, you guys, I mean that was great. [Inaudible] is good. Yeah, he's excellent. He's got to do it more. I mean he was great. But you know, we have to get proper thinking in this country, this country is doing so poorly, people don't realize how poorly it's doing. And we have to get that thinking back and we have to get that dream back because we're losing it fast. You've been to the garden and see Jeremy Lin? No, but I will be going in about a week. Pretty good. If it's good for New York, good. They're amazing, out of nowhere. Yeah, good for business. But you know all his old coaches think... you know why didn't you do this sooner? It wasn't like a coach was surprised. His old ex-coaches all said, well, you know, we know this, why didn't you people put him in sooner. It's a great story. It's time now, [Inaudible]. Thank you. Thanks a lot, Don.