Chip SomODEVILLA: What’s the biggest thing you learned about Donald Trump in your interview with him last week?
The big thing I learned about Trump, in terms of his self-importance and his ego, was the kind of arrogance that he has, which is so different from what we saw in our own political culture.
And I think that’s something that’s very much going to come back to haunt him in the 2020 race, which I think is very interesting.
You know, he is so self-absorbed.
He is so insecure about his own power that he’s so insular, so isolated from the rest of the country, that he can’t imagine anyone else in the country.
And so I think there’s going to be a backlash against him, and I think it’s going, again, to be very dangerous, because I think he’s going about the presidency in a very dangerous way.
The other thing I’m really fascinated by is, he’s not really a big believer in the idea that the United States is a land of opportunity and opportunity is what the world is really about, or that the world can be turned around.
And that people can rise to the top, and it’s actually, you know, that is a very strange place to be.
He seems to think that he doesn’t have to be the president, and that his agenda is going to do everything he can to undermine the country in the process, because there is no other way.
So I think we’re going to see some big, ugly conflicts, and we’re also going to watch the White House go from being this very successful president, which we’ve had, to this very dysfunctional administration.
You see the power struggle that has occurred.
I mean, you’ve got to give Trump credit for that.
But he’s been the president for five years.
And there’s so much that he could be doing that he hasn’t done, and there’s still so much he could do that he might not be able to do.
He’s going through some of the worst crises of his presidency.
He has a lot of enemies, and his opponents, as well as his own people, are trying to undermine him.
He hasn’t even made a public announcement about what he’s done in his time as president.
And yet, it seems to me that he is in this struggle of trying to get as much power out of the presidency as possible as quickly as possible, to protect himself and his family from the consequences of his actions.
And then the second thing that I think you’re going and will see is that he actually has a kind of self-confidence that, you have to remember, he has been in the White Street, which means that the media have covered him in a way that he was never going to get the coverage he’s getting from his own party.
So this will be an interesting election.
I think Donald Trump has never been in a worse position in the history of politics, and he’s also never been a more vulnerable candidate, because he’s never been able to make his own agenda or to make himself the president.
But at the same time, he seems to be able, at the very least, to make an effort to be better than the president of the United State.