After President Obama said he did not believe Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump's America: Businessmen in, bureaucrats out Trump has not yet resigned from his companies: report Trump calls House GOP tax plan 'too complicated.' He may be right. MORE would be president, Donald Trump on Wednesday called the president’s comments a “badge of honor.”
“And, you know, it’s interesting, when they make those statements, that means that, in a way, it’s a badge of honor, because that’s the one that they’re looking at. Hillary, the same thing,” he added, referring to Democratic primary front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonWhen Trump says 'Make America Great Again,' he means it Trump takes office in tough place, but approval ratings do change The new Washington elite schmoozes over lunch MORE.
“The last person Hillary wants to run is me. And as you see, I’m beating her in the polls, so I think we’re going to do just fine.”
Trump also responded to Obama’s remark that being a reality TV star does not qualify one to be president.
“And it’s not being a community organizer, which is what he was, that was about it,” he said.
“Let me tell you, I built a great company, one of the great companies, some of the great assets of the world, very little debt, tremendous cash flow, it’s the thinking our country needs,” he added. “We need a different thinking than guys like we have right now.”