[This video was published, then removed by The Trump Organization. We were able to locate the text, via p2012.org / Democracy in Action, but could not locate the video. Have a copy or link? Please share with us at https://factba.se and help us complete the record.] There's been a lot of talk recently about a poll that came out last nightÑit's Newsweek/CNN -- and it had me in a virtual tie with Obama. The fact is I'm not campaigning. I'll make a decision sometime in June, but I'm not that surprised because my message says that we're tired, as a country we're tired of being ripped off by China, we're tired of being ripped off by OPEC, we're tired of being ripped off by almost everybody that does business with us. We're tired of giving state dinners for countries and head of countries where they do nothing but take advantage of us. So the poll came out and we're in a virtual tie, and I haven't campaigned so I'm not really though, despite that that surprised because it's a message of common sense. We can have a great country again. The problem is we don't have the right leadership, we don't have the right leaders; we don't have people that have any semblance of negotiation, or the lobbyists have gotten to them and they won't allow them to negotiate fairly for us. I promised I'd answer a few questions and we've had lots of questions being asked and one of them is how would I rate Obama, President Obama, if he was the CEO of a company? And I'd have to give him probably a C, maybe a D+. I can't go a lot higher than that. The world is collapsing. The countries that are collapsing have absolutely no respect for us as a nation, and I guess that's why we're so silent as all of these things take place. The real question is what's going to happen? Who's going to be taking over these countries after these dictators that have stolen all of this money and that are worth $40 or $50 billion with five houses all over the world? This is money that we gave, as an example, to Egypt and the money's now in somebody's pocket. Hopefully it won't be there for very long. But I would say probably a C and maybe lower than that. Another question that I'm asked, and a lot of people have asked this is why on earth, quote why on earth would I want to run for the presidency of the United States? Well, again, I'll make that decision in June; I haven't made the decision, but if I did it's for one very simple reason. I love this country. This country is doing very poorly. We're like a whipping post for the rest of the world. I love the country; I'd make it great again. A number of people have also asked about the Governor of Wisconsin and the job that he's doing and how would I handle it? Well every state is different, and I've done business with unions and I've done business without unions; I've done it all different ways. He's a tough guy; he's a smart guy. He's waging a very tough battle but he feels strongly about it. I've watched him; I've been very impressed by him and his stance. I really think he's doing the right thing for his state. He's got no choice. He's got a state that as he says is broke; it's really got problems, and he said it's reallyÑhe used the expression broken because of the union. Again New York is very heavily union. I've had great relationships with the unions over the years, but at the same time I fully understand the Governor of Wisconsin, what he's trying to do. He's trying to fix a very, very serious problem, and probably he will be victorious.