Many people have been asking when I was doing so well and in fact leading in the polls. Why didn't I decide to run for president? The fact is that numerous things happened. Number one, the Republican Party, they had a lame-duck session in Congress and the Republicans gave a new lease on life to Obama. They made an agreement with him. It was absolutely ridiculous what they did and he was resurrected, he became the Phoenix, it was like a new man, number two, Paul Ryan's plan, the timing of this plan was so bad. I happen to think the concept was bad also. It almost seems as though the Republicans have a death wish when they tamper with Medicare, which happens to be a good program, but there's lots of fraud and waste which we should take care of. But when they tamper with Medicare, they have a death wish. This is not going to happen and frankly I would protect Medicare. It's not going to happen. You can't win an election if you're going to be playing games with Medicare, fix it, make it better, but the Democrats are laughing at the stupidity of the Republicans and this Ryan plan, the Republicans are going to lose control of the house. It is unbelievable. What he did, there was no reason for him to step out. He's a bad chess player. The fact is he should have sat back, it was Obama's problem and let Obama come up with a plan and then criticize the plan for him who just got this position as the head to come out with his own plan. And by the way, already you've lost one election in an area in Buffalo, upstate New York where the election couldn't have been lost. This plan and in particular the timing of this plan is a total disaster. Then we take a look at the $38 billion in spending cuts, well the 38 billion turned out to be $352 million. So the Republicans were talking about a hundred billion in spending cuts. The hundred billion have to be 38 billion and the 38 billion turned out to be exactly $352 million. So I looked at the kinds of things that are happening and on top of that, NBC is calling me on an hourly basis, offering me all sorts of money to continue with The Apprentice, which has been a tremendous hit show for NBC. And frankly for me and at one point I just said, you know what, I think it's time to take the money. I really hated what I was seeing from the Republicans then on top of that which just happened. Eric Cantor, a very nice guy, but he comes out with a plan would despite the fact that we're spending billions of dollars a month in Afghanistan, billions of dollars in Iraq, trillions of dollars overall, he doesn't want to give any money to the tornado victims. I mean give me a break what kind of a country do we have. So we'll spend billions of dollars all over the place, give it to our enemies, give foreign aid to people that can't stand us and yet for the tornado victims, they get nothing. It's really sad what's happening with the Republicans now I'm a very staunch conservative, but when I look at what they've done, it's going to be very hard for them to win. I am watching very carefully if the wrong person is nominated, you watch what happens with Donald Trump and what he does because we have to beat Obama. This country cannot last any longer with Obama as a president life and business is funny. Every time I told NBC, no, they kept saying can we give you more, will you take more? And by the way, even if you're rich, it's a lot of money when you have a hit show, it's a lot of money. So I keep saying no, no, no. But ultimately, I don't want to battle against the Republicans stupidity because it's stupidity the things that they're doing. And at the same time, tell NBC I no longer want a hit show who gives up a hit, show nobody. So I had a decision to make. But there's plenty of time left for the big.