Mr. Trump, thank you very much for joining us on Breitbart News Daily. Thank you Steve. How are you? Doing great. Listen, Paul Ryan, was he actually trying to insult you? Because they didn't reach out to you. Or was he trying to insulting, what is the 9 or 10 million voters? I mean our phones are lit up this morning with people to say, 'Hey the message has been very clear on trade, it's very clear on immigration, it's very clear on the wall, it's very clear what we want on restrictions of Muslim immigration, at least temporarily.' Seventy percent of that, you know, the exit polls of Republican voters. Did he show a lack of respect for not just you, but for your followers? I don't know what he was doing. I was surprised. I see that Darrell Issa endorsed yesterday and Rick Perry endorsed, and we had tremendous endorsements yesterday. I guess John McCain endorsed. It looks like it. So many people endorsed yesterday and then all of a sudden out of the blue comes this situation, and I was actually very surprised by it, if you wanna know the truth. You got no, you had no heads up, no staff-to-staff, nobody saying, 'Hey -- We have no heads up, and I will say, you know, he just made that statement, I think, on CNN and I will say, you said it better than I can say it. We have millions and millions of people that have voted in the Republican primaries, more than they had four years ago. It's the talk of the world in terms of political and, you know, millions of people, and, as you know, I set the all-time record for getting votes, and here we are, having somebody that did that, so I was very, very surprised by it. I like him, but the fact that he would do that, and he's doing it under the banner of unity. But in actuality that's the opposite of unity. I've also had many people say that I'm better off, but I don't believe that. I think we should have unity. I think it would be better to have him. But, you know, it's just too bad. Many people think I'm better off. Who knows? But don't they, doesn't he, his unity, he goes to core values. He wants you to drop your positions on trade; he wants you to drop your positions on the wall; he wants you to drop your positions on bringing jobs back from China; he wants you to drop your philosophy about slowing down Muslim immigration temporarily until we get our hands on it. That's what they, what he wants is for you to drop those policies. Are you prepared to do that for unity? Well I'll tell you what. When you look at what's happened with our party. And when you look at the fact that I've won every election with landslides. I mean there was a reason that all these people got out. They got out because, you know, every time we went to a primary, whether it was New York, Pennsylvania, or Connecticut, or Maryland, you'd see what's been happening. I'm winning by 30 and 40 points and nobody's ever seen anything like it, it's landslides. And so every single, every single primary that I've had, every single state has now been won in massive numbers and they know what I'm saying and they know what the party's saying, and the reason they're voting for me is because they agree with what I'm saying. We looked at, it was three years ago, I think, this week on May 1 up in Nashua, New Hampshire, the day Bosse put on a really, a an event for the tea party, and you came and spoke at, Mike Lee was there, Ted Cruz was there, Rand Paul. It was the first time we interviewed you for 30 minutes I remember the mainstream media New York Times, you know, MSNBC didn't take you seriously at the time. Who knew this was going to happen, Steve? You did. But there weren't too many people that got it. You got it. I must say to your listeners, you got it earlier than just about anybody. Well it was quite simple. In looking at that crowd in Nashua as we went around the country looking to people, people were leaning in when you were talking, and you were talking the same topics today: trade, immigration -- I'm very consistent. Fighting the war against, so here's the question: You had said the other day after the big victory the other night in Indiana, you said you've gone around this country and even you said you didn't understand the carnage. What have you learned about yourself? What have you learned about your country? And what have you learned about your countrymen as you've gone around the last three years and done this? Well I've learned a lot about myself. I've also seen people that are so incredible. The American people, there's no reason to be doing all this stuff overseas. We can do things that, you wouldn't believe how many people, I mean, I fill up stadiums. You know, last night, without any pressure, because last night there's no pressure, it's no longer, 'You have to get out on Tuesday and do your thing,' although we want people to go Tuesday and vote, but it's not the same, you know, you're not competing against all these people. We have 25,000 people last night. They turned away thousands of people in West Virginia. And Hillary Clinton wants wages of Americans destroyed. And she wants coal miners fired. You know, I mean, what she wants to do is she wants to get rid of the coal miners and then she actually goes to West Virginia and she tells them, well, she didn't mean what she said. Chutzpah, chutzpah. I will tell you, I learned how great people are, how loyal they are. The people are so loyal to me, and you've known that. I mean you've seen that for a long time. You know the loyalty factor to me is far greater than anybody else that ran by a lot. They did polls. Believe it or not, they even poll that. But I've also learned that our country's in trouble. You go to upstate New York and you go to Pennsylvania, and you go to Connecticut, and all these different places and you see empty factories all over the place. You see empty factories like you wouldn't believe. I've never seen anything like it as a real-estate person. I said, 'Wow, I could probably buy that building for $3.' You know, I mean as a real-estate person, as a person that gets it from a business standpoint, it's so sad to see. And what did it was NAFTA, and other things. And bad, you know, very stupid trade policies. But NAFTA is a disaster and who signed NAFTA? Bill Clinton. NAFTA is a disaster. Before we pivot to the Clintons, tell me about what you've learned about yourself. You've been at this for three years. I asked you early on, was your family prepared to take the hits they were going to take? What did you learn about yourself? Well my family's been great and I guess I've learned that I have a great stamina, which I sort of know. A lot of people say, 'Boy do you have energy.' And I said, 'Well, you know, I sort of just do what I have to do' and, you know, I've had points where I've made three major three major speeches and sometimes four, and these are speeches where you'll have 25,000 people. That's a lot. You know, there's a lot of energy goes, when you have 25,000 people in a big auditorium or you're speaking outside in a park, and you have to do three or four of them a day, it takes, something, you know it's not easy. I will tell you, it's not easy. And yet it was, you know, so much better. Don't forget, Steve, when I first started everybody said, like in New Hampshire, you have to go around and have a little breakfast with three or four people. You can't do large groups. And the reason they say that, I learned in retrospect, because I won New Hampshire big, the reason they said that is because they couldn't get large groups. But, you know, there is a lot of stamina necessary for this business. This is not an easy business. And the other thing I've learned is how deceptive politicians are. They're so deceptive. Now in business they're tougher, but in politics they're more deceptive. Look, dealing in real estate throughout the world, and particularly New York City, you get retraded every now and again I'm sure. What about the retrade of Paul Ryan? Have you ever seen the brazenness of what these guys do? Well I was very disappointed and I was actually surprised. I said, 'Wait a minute, read it to me again. Tell me again,' when they told me about it. I said, 'Give it to me again. I don't really believe it.' I was very surprised. You know, the party's coming together. Hey, you see the endorsements I got yesterday. I've gotten so many great endorsements. I was even surprised by so many of them, but people are coming. As an example, Rick Perry was very tough on me. You know, I mean, what he said was incredible. And he came out yesterday and said, 'He's one of the most talented people I've ever seen, that's ever run for the presidency.' That's a very good statement. All right that's a big difference. And I appreciate it, because I've always liked him I've liked him a lot. But boy, did he go hostile on me, and he came out and we had so many great endorsements yesterday and one after another. I mean, Congressman, great Congressman Darrell Issa came out yesterday and endorsed and then all of a sudden this Paul Ryan thing comes out of nowhere. And I was saying you must be kidding. And on the basis of unity, but this is something that really will be the opposite of unity for the party. And I have to say this: Many people think I'm much better off this way than I am the other way. I've had so many people, you might be one of them, actually, because I understand where you come from pretty much. But, although you're impossible to totally figure, Steve, I must also say that to your listeners. Anybody that thinks where you totally come from, they're making a big mistake. But I will say that, that so many people, Steve, have said, you know, 'You're so much better off with this. This is so good.' But I don't really feel so. I think it's better if we do get together. Here's the thing. OK. Our callers and listeners are split. You know, there have always been heavy Trump and heavy Cruz. The Trump people want to know, for unity, are you not prepared to give up what they backed you on from the beginning? Because when they hear Paul Ryan talking unity, what they feel is going to be a collapse of what you ran on and a collapse of what they backed you on. Well you can't do that. Look, I ran on strong borders. I ran on really great trade deals. And, you know, and, by the way, I'm for free trade. If he likes free trade that's fine. But we can't make good free-trade deals. We're not, we're getting killed at every level. Now one of the reasons we're not doing well with free trade is because we have lousy negotiators and lousy leaders but, because I do believe in, you know, I've always told you free trade. The problem is it's not working for us because the deals are so bad. So we have to go to another -- We live up to our side of the contract and we're getting ripped off every day. These trade these deals are never enforced, that's the problem. Look, Steve, we need great trade deals. OK. I don't care free trade, you know, you can call them whatever you want, they have to be great deals. I don't care how you call them, how you label them. They have to be great and strong deals. We have to bring jobs back to our country. We can't let China have a, you know, a rampage through the United States with it taking all our jobs and making everything for us. OK, we're not going to do that anymore. So I don't know what they're talking about there. I know that Paul is not as strong on borders and perhaps he's not even strong at all, and, you know, I can't live with that. So I think your folks and I think my folks have absolutely nothing to worry about. That's the way it is. I mean, I won in a landslide, based on what I was saying and based on my ideas and themes and my statements on my policies. So I'm not going to go into a room and go right back to the old stuff that's not working. And it didn't work four years ago and it didn't work eight years ago. Some of the Cruz supporters and particularly some of the people rallied around this Never Trump aspect of it, what would you have to say to them about coming on board for the fall campaign against the Clintons? Well many of the Never Trump people are now on board. You know that. They've given up and they've just given up. Of course, they might as well, because it's over. But, and I was a little surprised, I have to tell you, when Cruz got out, I was a little bit surprised. It was a big victory for me in Indiana. But, you know, because he was talking like he's going to the end, he doesn't care, you know, then he just said, 'Well OK, that's that.' And I respected that. He did the right thing, by the way. And Kasich did the right thing, too. But I was a little bit surprised, and who would think, I mean, even if you went back two weeks ago, who would think that I'm now watching Hillary, who can't lose her opponent, OK? It was supposed to be the other way around. She was going to watch me. In fact, I thought she was going to have, like, a three-month jump on me at least. And all of a sudden I'm watching her because she can't get rid of Bernie Sanders. You know, I was, like, sort of, aren't you, aren't you surprised by that, too? Yea, I was shocked and they're going to have, Bernie has not gone after, one of her biggest weaknesses or biggest negatives are on her trustworthiness and her corruption. How does, can you answer something they've never been asked and never answered? How did they leave the White House dead broke and now are worth $140 million? They've never taken a company public, they've never been bought out of a company, they've never, they've never gotten huge bonuses for media or anything like that. They've never run a private company or had their own thing. They've got this foundation. How do you think, they're not big in real estate, they're not big in commodities. If you look at anything you gotta check to amass that type of wealth, how do you think she amassed that type of wealth? They're big in cash, they're big in cash, and you know the man that wrote the book from about a year ago that I think you were very strong about that book, talking about the Clinton Foundation -- Clinton Cash, yea, Peter Schweizer's book. That was an amazing book and unfortunately, it seems to have disappeared. People aren't bringing it up. That was an amazing book, actually. He really covered the web, you know, what was done for this and that. And I don't know. I don't seem to be hearing about it so much anymore. And Bernie has not used that book, but that was an amazing book in terms of the complexity of what they've done and the dishonesty of what they've done. Do you think that there are what used to be called influence-peddlers that they, they sell their vote? They sell access? Do I? Yea, I do. I do. I think so. I think if you read that book you'll see it. You know where so much money is giving, given for speeches and all of a sudden some country is, you know, a big beneficiary or whoever paid for the speech. Yea, I think so. I thought it was obvious. It just seems that that book was so good and so on point and so legit, and then all of a sudden it disappeared. It shouldn't be disappearing. Well, we know, there's an announcement, there's going to be a big film made about that book, and so we'll make sure that you get full access, as we want, we want Bernie Sanders, and we want Hillary Clinton, we want Bill Clinton to see the film and review the book and all the good that Peter Schweizer -- I'm surprised that Bernie Sanders is not going after her tougher, to be honest with you. I'm very surprised. Do you think he could beat her if he went after her on her corruption? Well it's, you know, it's a crooked system. I mean you look at the superdelegates. He's winning so many of these races and they say he has no chance. It's a crooked system. And, you know, it was a rigged deal even for me, but I was winning by so much. You know, I was like a prizefighter, you know, knocks out the opponent. You don't have to worry about the judges. But I mean for a while there was ridiculous. I'd win a state, and I'd lose the delegates because these guys are wining and dining the delegates and even though they came in fourth place. When is your apparatus -- It's a crooked system. When is your apparatus going to turn and totally focus on the Clintons and the fall campaign? It has already turned. It has absolutely turned. We're focused. Should your followers be concerned? You got Steve Mnuchin, Alan Mnuchin's son, one of the great families of Goldman Sachs, one of the smartest guys on Wall Street, now is going to run your finance campaign. Is that, are people, some people are saying, 'Hey, selling out to Wall Street already. He's going to have all kinds of favors going to owe Wall Street.' Why is the Mnuchins coming on board to run your finance side of the operation? Well, I needed somebody smart, and he's very smart, as you know. He's done some amazing deals. I actually did a deal with him in Hawaii. I built the hotel with him in Hawaii. He's great. He's a good guy, he's a solid guy, as you know, and, you know, the family is a wonderful family, and, you know, to have somebody like that at the head. And when you say selling out I'm not doing anything. I mean in terms of, in terms of, I'm going to keep it more or less the same. He's raising money for the party and I'm going to be putting up a lot of money. So, you know, this is money that's going to the Republican National Committee. And, as you know, the Republicans are going to, I think we could raise $1 billion, but the Democrats are going to have $2 billion. And to raise $1 billion for the party, you need somebody good. So I think he's going to do a great job. But again, I'm going to be spending a tremendous amount of money and I expect to. Mr. Trump, thank you so much for taking so much -- Thank you very much, Steve. It's an honor. Thank you sir. Thank you.