Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal ripped Donald Trump in a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, calling the billionaire an "egomaniac" and a "narcissist."

"I think I've said what everybody has been thinking," the Louisiana governor told Neil Cavuto on "Your World" today. "This isn't about me. This is about our country and the conservative movement."

Jindal said Trump is a great reality TV star, but he's not a true conservative or a serious presidential candidate.

"It's time to tell him he's fired, put him on the elevator, send him downstairs," Jindal said.

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