Before his big rally in Nashville on Wednesday, President Trump sat down with Jesse Watters.

During the interview, which aired tonight on "Watters' World," Trump spoke about a wide range of topics, including ObamaCare, tax reform, border security and much more.

In addition to all the policy talk, Watters asked Trump if he thinks former President Obama wants him to succeed as commander-in-chief.

"He’s been very nice to me personally, but his people haven’t been nice," Trump said. "And there’s great animosity out there. There’s great anger."

He said that the ongoing problem of leaks is just one sign that people behind the scenes are trying to derail his presidency.

"The level of anger is hard to believe," Trump said. "So, while he’s nice personally, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of nice things happening behind the scenes. And that’s unfortunate."

As for the negative coverage he gets from most of the mainstream media, Trump said that he's focused on pushing his agenda, because that's what he'll be judged on at the end of the day.

Watch the clips above and below, and catch a special re-airing of "Watters' World" Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel.

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