Trump Fired
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Jesse Watters, host of Fox News' “Watters' World,” recently had the opportunity to sit down with President Donald Trump for an interview.

The full interview is set to air on Saturday at 8 p.m. during his show, but “Fox & Friends” gave viewers a brief preview on Friday morning.

Watters had the rare opportunity to fly on Air Force One, which came with its own challenge. He told the hosts of “Fox & Friends”:

“I just tried not to steal everything because everything has the Air Force One logo emblazoned on it. So, I tried my best to keep everything out of my pocket.”

After they “kicked it,” the president reportedly told Watters he had to go talk to the “failing New York Times.”

Host Ainsley Earhardt enjoyed his anecdote but quickly zeroed in on the question that's at the forefront of everyone's mind. When given the option, who would the president tell “you're fired” to?

In the upcoming interview, Watters gives the president three choices:

  • Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY)
  • Actor Alec Baldwin
  • The President of CNN, Jeff Zucker

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In regards to Schumer, the president told Watters:

“Chuck I’m very disappointed in, because he’s a guy who should make deals for the people - instead he’s just an obstructionist. So, I’m disappointed in him.”

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When it comes to his “Saturday Night Live” doppelgänger, the president had this to say:

“I think the Alec Baldwin situation is not good.”

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Last but certainly not least on Trump's list of disappointments was the CEO of CNN. He told Watters:

“Jeff Zucker, I mean, I got him the job. And CNN is just, you know, fake news.”

When it came down to it, Trump wouldn't give an official answer on who he would “fire,” but said he's “disappointed in all three.” He went on to call their portrayal of him “ridiculous.”

According to Watters, during the interview, the two play word association with the names of people such as Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Fox television host Bill O'Reilly.

So, viewers may still be able to get some inside information as to the president's feelings about some of the biggest names in politics.

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