Donald Trump: Charlie Sheen Is 'Sad'

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump is currently on a promo campaign; and, as always, the Republican candidate is as candid as ever. In an interview with Yahoo, Trump gives his opinion on a range of subjects. One of those topics is Charlie Sheen.

As many know, Sheen went on the Today show recently to reveal he's HIV-positive. The troubled actor found out four years ago, and decided to keep it quiet until he was extorted by multiple people who were going to tell the press. Sheen wound up paying $10 million dollars to a few people who he thought were friends, who wanted to run with the news.

Donald Trump didn't have too many words for Sheen but he did call him "sad." If you remember, Sheen once referred to Trump as a "shame pile of idiocy."

As for another popular figure, Kim Kardashian, it seems like Trump is a bit scared of Kanye's wife, as he was a little hesitant to really mouth off about her. In fact, he seemed cautious about saying too much about Kardashian.

"Well, look, she was so nice to me. I mean every time I see her she's just — I'm just going to say she was always nice to me."
The interview with Yahoo wasn't the only one Donald Trump conducted. Trump told NBC News about what he thinks of President Obama: "I think he's a threat to our country. I mean he must have some kind of a thing going because, you know, when you see that he won't even call them by their name, attack after attack after attack."

.@realDonaldTrump: President Obama is a "threat to our country"

— CNN (@CNN) November 19, 2015

Trump also sat down with Barbara Walters for an interview, along with his wife Melania, and his children. As the Inquisitr reported, Walters will be sitting down to interview Trump and his family as a special for her news program, 20/20.

It's said that Trump has plans to talk about what he plans to do about the Syrian refugees, and the legislation that he would put forward for the refugees if he were to become President. In the preview for the 20/20 special, Donald Trump says he wants to ban all refugees, regardless of their religious beliefs, from entering into the United States. The reason why Trump wants to ban all refugees is because there is no way to know if terrorists are getting in, as well.

Walters also comments on Trump's wife, Melania. "Maybe because she's so beautiful, we don't expect her to be as smart as she is," Walters said, before contending, "If a man said this I'd kill him."

As for whether or not Melania has encouraged Trump to run for President, or if she thinks he's going to make a good President, Mrs. Trump told Walters, "I know what he can do and what he will do for America."

As for whether or not Melania gives Donald advice, the presidential hopeful said:

"She's told me a couple times during the debates... she's said you could tone it down a little bit on occasion."
That said, Melanie doesn't stop Donald from being himself.
"He is who he is. ven if you give him advice, he will maybe take it in, but then he will do it the way he wants to do it. You cannot change a person. Let them be. Let them be the way they are."
What do you think about Donald Trump's thoughts on President Obama?

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