Before the Super Bowl on Sunday, President Trump sat down with Sean Hannity for an interview that covered many topics. In one part of the interview, Hannity conducted a lightning round with the president, where the president shared his first thoughts upon hearing the names of certain individuals. Here're some of the president's answers:
"I just think of Sleepy. I just watch him. He's sleepy -- sleepy Joe."
"Where's Hunter? He made millions of dollars. He went from having no job, no income -- he had nothing. As you know, he had a very sad experience in the military. He has nothing -- to making millions and millions of dollars a year. Not just from Ukraine, from China and from other countries. How can you do this? This is crooked as hell. What they did is very dishonest."
Well, I think he's a communist ... I think of communism when I think of Bernie. Now you could say socialist, but didn't he get married in Moscow? ... I think of Bernie as sort of as a socialist but far beyond a socialist. At least he's true to what he believes. That's one thing ..."
"She's not true to it. I call her fairytale because everything's a fairytale. That's how Pocahontas got started. Everything is a fairytale. This woman can't tell the truth."
"Very little. I just think of little. You know now he wants a box for the debates to stand on ... why should he get a box to stand on? Ok, he wants a box for the debates. Why should he be entitled to that ... does that mean everyone else gets a box?"
"The other thing that's very interesting is Cory Booker and all these other people couldn't get any of the things that Bloomberg is getting now. I think it's very unfair for the Democrats. But I would love to run against Bloomberg. I would run it."
"I think of emails. I think of the email scandal. How she got away with that is a disgrace. I think it's a disgrace."
"I think she's a very confused, very nervous woman. I don't think she wanted to do this. I think she really knew what was going to happen, and it's her worst nightmare happened. I don't think she's going to be there too long, either. I think the radical left, and she's sort of radical left too by the way, but I think the radical left is going to take over."
Other topics discussed in the full interview included impeachment, the upcoming State of the Union address, and the administration's efforts to prevent an outbreak of the coronavirus.