President Trump joined Sean Hannity for an exclusive interview Thursday night, discussing "Sleepy Joe" Biden's presidential campaign launch, the Mueller report and much more. 

Speaking by phone, Trump said he started calling the former senator and vice president "sleepy" because he doesn't feel he has the energy or "intelligence" to do the job.

He responded to Biden's launch announcement in which the Scranton, Pennsylvania, native spoke about the 2020 election being a contest for the "soul" of America.

"Biden makes the statement talking about the soul. Look at Obama. ... People forget there was tremendous division during the Obama administration, tremendous division. We actually have great spirit right now," said Trump.

The president also reacted to the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, highlighting that the investigators talked to 500 people and spent $35 million and still found "no collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russians.

Trump said he has been "the most transparent president in history," declining to block anyone from speaking to Mueller's team. He said he still views the 2016 FBI investigation of his campaign as a "coup" and an "attempted overthrow" of a U.S. election.

"I think it’s far bigger than Watergate. I think it’s possibly the biggest scandal in political history in this country," he said.

Watch the full, wide-ranging interview above.


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