Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpEx-adviser: Trump should tap CDC chief who will 'go to bat' for patients Pence visits kangaroos at Sydney zoo on last leg of Asia-Pacific trip Trump dines out at his DC hotel MORE said Thursday that he hasn't had time to play the game "Pokemon Go," but he wishes he could take part in the craze.
"I don't, but people are playing it. No question about it," Trump said in an interview with The Washington Examiner.
Users of the new popular mobile app walk around in the real world and compete to catch Pokemon.
The game, which quickly became a viral sensation, uses cellphone cameras and GPS systems to highlight where creatures, battle gyms and "PokeStops" are located on a map. When the Pokemon are close enough to be captured, a digital creature shows up on the camera screen.
The game has also taken off on Capitol Hill.
Several lawmakers and staffers have shared their progress in the game on social media, and others have even used the game's popularity to focus attention on legislative issues.