President-elect Donald Trump sat down with Sean Hannity in Cincinnati, Ohio, for his first Fox News interview since the election.
Hannity pointed out that many people have had a hard time coming to terms with his victory, with "safe spaces" on college campuses and protests popping up across the country.
"Anything you'd like to say to them to reassure their sensitive feelings that it'll be OK?" Hannity asked.
"I think they're going to be very happy," Trump said. "I think we're going to have a very safe country, a very prosperous country."
He said that young people should know that he's going to create good-paying jobs for all Americans, including their parents.
"Although most of their parents voted for me, so I think they don't have the problem," Trump remarked.
"We're going to have a very prosperous and a very safe country, and I hope they realize that very soon."
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