Trump: Obama, Clinton interview was a 'total lovefest'

"I've never seen a tough question asked. I mean, nobody asks any tough questions. They talk about how well the world is doing — the world is a disaster. It's been a total catastrophe and nobody asks the tough questions. I never saw such laughing and such smiling. It was a total lovefest," said Trump on "Fox and Friends."

The president praised Clinton as “one of the finest secretaries of State we've had” and a "strong friend" in a joint interview with CBS's "60 Minutes," which aired Sunday.

Once political opponents, Obama and Clinton said they had forged a close relationship during the four years she has served in his Cabinet. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) is set to take over from Clinton after she departs her post at the State Department, likely later this week. 

Trump, a regular guest on "Fox and Friends," accused CBS's "60 Minutes" of giving Obama favorable treatment.

"I've never seen anything like it. You know, they've covered me. Mike Wallace did me on '60 Minutes' and it was a fair and very tough interview, but it was great and he became a friend after that, actually — but this interview, you know, it was all love," he said.

When asked about the political ramifications of the rare joint interview, Trump said that Obama "will have a big problem" because of his friendship with Vice President Biden.

"Well, I don't know. I think President Obama is going to have a big problem because everyone is telling me that Biden is going to be running and they have a very good relationship. I mean there's no question about that. They truly are friends and they seem very close, right from the beginning, but it's going to be a very interesting time," Trump said.

However, Trump went on to praise Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, saying he "did a tremendous job" helping reelect Obama.

The star of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" told Fox News that Republicans "just don't seem to get it," and said Republicans could learn from the former Democratic rivals, who were able to come together after a combative primary fight.

"Well, I thought when [Louisiana Gov.] Bobby Jindal [(R)] used the word 'stupid party' the other day, it was a disgusting word for him to use, because now it just played right into the Democrats' hands," he said.

Jindal warned fellow Republicans they "must stop being the stupid party" last Thursday night at the Republican National Committee's winter meeting.

"I thought it was a disgusting and horrible thing for him to say, to use that term ... and the Republicans just don't seem to get it," Trump said.