Trump Says He Would Spend All His Liquid Assets on 2016 Run If He's Doing Well
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.