President Donald Trump bashed a politician, an actor, and a member of the media in a new interview slated to air Saturday night.
Fox News' Jesse Watters sat down with Trump ahead of his Nashville speech Thursday and asked the president who he would fire: Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, CNN president Jeff Zucker, or actor Alec Baldwin.
"I think the Alec Baldwin situation is not good," Trump said, alluding to Baldwin's impersonation of him on "Saturday Night Live."
"Chuck I'm very disappointed in because he's a guy that should make deals for the people. He's an obstructionist, so I'm disappointed in him. And Jeff Zucker, I got him the job. CNN is just fake news."
Trump didn't say who he would hand the pink slip, a reference to his days on "The Apprentice," but he did generalize about the trio.
"I will say I'm disappointed in all three," he said. I think the ['Saturday Night Live'] portrayal of me is ridiculous."
Watters appeared on "Fox & Friends" Friday morning to tease the interview that will air at 8 p.m. ET Saturday. He apparently hitched a ride on Air Force One back to Washington after the Nashville event concluded, which he said came about when his original flight got canceled.
Watters joked about riding on the plane, "I just tried not to steal everything because everything has the Air Force One logo emblazoned on it. So I tried my best to keep everything out of my pocket."
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