Donald Trump was on “Hannity” tonight to discuss a variety of issues, from the Bundy “range war” to the state of the nation.

“It’s bad, it’s really bad,” he said of the country.

He said the U.S. is in a strong negotiating position in terms of Russia and the crisis in Ukraine, but the government won’t seem to do anything.

“Putin is having a great time toying with the president,” he said.

Sean Hannity told Trump that he has a number of conservative solutions for the country. Hannity wants the U.S. to stop baseline budgeting, cutting one penny out of every dollar every year for six years, then pass a balanced budget amendment. He also proposes a percentage limit on individual tax liability, becoming energy independent, opening individual health savings accounts, implementing term limits on lifetime legislators, allowing for school choice and securing the borders.

Trump said all of Hannity’s ideas are good ones. “Who can argue with that?” he asked.

Hannity asked Trump if he will run for president.

“I’m looking, I’m gonna see […] right now I’m really interested to see what happens in November,” he said, adding that he believes the Republicans will have a tremendous victory in midterm elections.

Trump also discussed the Nevada ranch standoff. He said he likes Cliven Bundy, but that there are laws that need to be followed, and he should strike a deal.

Watch the full interview above.


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