“Nobody would be tougher on ISIS than Donald Trump. Nobody,” the Republican contender said during his announcement, but was hesitant to go into details during an interview with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos that aired on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday.
“But if your strategy is foolproof, don’t you have a moral duty to say what it is?” Stephanopoulos countered.
“Somebody should call me from the administration,” Trump said. “The problem is you’re going to see it, and so is everybody else, and so is the enemy. But I will tell you, ISIS has taken what I said we should take: the oil.”
“So you’d bomb the oil fields?” Stephanopoulos asked, to which Trump replied, “I’d bomb the Hell out of them.”
That’s not all Trump had to say. The billionaire real estate mogul thinks Americans have “never had it so bad.”
“I love America so much,” he said. Shrugging off dismal poll numbers, he said he plans to start campaigning in New Hampshire and North Carolina.
Commenting on other candidates, he called Marco Rubio “highly overrated. And I have better hair.”