Donald Trump wasn't pleased with last night's "60 Minutes" interview, in which President Obama downplayed the GOP frontrunner's White House bid.

"I don't think he'll end up being President of the United States," Obama told Steve Kroft, after calling the real estate developer and reality star "a great publicity seeker."

On "Fox and Friends" today, Trump said that "in all fairness," Obama couldn't say publicly that he thought Trump would win the race.

But Trump said he found the interview "sad" because the president continues to talk about climate change and ignore "all of the problems we've got."

Trump also said the president was far too focused on climate change instead of unemployment and the Islamic State.

"All [Obama] talks about is climate change," Trump said. "And that is not our problem, folks."

Trump also responded to questions about a U.S. military officer's recommendation that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl not serve any jail time over charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.

Trump said that in "the old days...you would execute a person like that. He's a traitor."