President Donald Trump said Saturday that running against Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren "would be a dream come true" and that she proved to be a "bad" surrogate for Hillary Clinton.
"She would lose badly," Trump told Fox News host Jesse Watters. "She hurt Hillary Clinton very badly.
"I watched those speeches. Anger and hatred. They are hard. I said, 'She is bad for Hillary.'
"I watched that last couple weeks [of the campaign], where she was getting up with that craziness and anger," he said.
Watters then showed several video clips of Warren's speeches at Clinton rallies, including one from last October in Manchester, N.H.
"I've got news for you, Donald Trump," Warren said as Clinton listened. "Women have had it with guys like you — and nasty women have really had it with guys like you."
Trump then told Watters that "Pocahontas would not be proud of her as her representative," referencing Warren's claim to have Native American ancestry.
Watters then suggested that Warren might challenge him.
"I hope so," Trump said. "That would be a dream come true."
He also said that he was "disappointed" in Clinton.
In addition, Watters asked Trump which one of these he would fire if he could: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York, comedian Alec Baldwin or CNN President Jeff Zucker.
"The Alec Baldwin situation is not good," the president began, referring to his "Saturday Night Live" parodies.
"Chuck, I'm very disappointed. He should make deals for the people, Democrat or Republican.
"I thought he would be a deal-maker," Trump said. "Instead, he's just an obstructionist.
"I'm disappointed in him.
"Jeff Zucker, I got him the job — and CNN is just fake news.
"I don't want to say," the president concluded, "but I will say that I'm disappointed in all three."
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