Donald Trump appeared on "Hannity" tonight and said that the involvement of money in politics, particularly in presidential campaigns, is a bad, corrupt system.

Trump pointed out that Jeb Bush has already raised $114 million and Hillary Clinton has already raised $60 million for their campaigns.

He said that means that they're controlled by the people who gave them that money, which is a problem that he doesn't have.

"I don’t want anybody’s money. I don’t want any money," Trump said, noting that his annual income is $400 million.

But are you prepared to spend all your liquid assets? Sean Hannity asked.

"Sure, I would spend it if I am doing well," Trump answered.

Watch more from the "Hannity" interview above.


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