During a lengthy interview with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee that aired on the Trinity Broadcasting Network aired on Saturday, President Donald Trump opined on a wide range of subjects, and his remarks were truly revealing.
At one point, Trump transitioned from talking about the Iran nuclear deal and North Korea to the failure to get an Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill passed in Congress. And the way he sees it, he’d really prefer not have to still be talking about health care.
After complaining about a “few people” in the GOP “who wouldn’t raise their hand when it came to voting for the GOP’s health care plans, Trump reassured Huckabee that they will get health care done and make sure that they will block grant money to the states. He then said where he’d rather focus his energy.
“I’d rather focus on North Korea,” Trump said. “I’d rather focus on Iran. I want to focus on other things. I don’t want to focus on fixing somebody’s back or their knee or something.”
He went on to add that the states should do that via block-granting, saying that is a very good concept.
Yep, President Trump doesn’t want to fix somebody’s body part. He wants to pursue a nuclear war instead.
Watch the interview in the video below: