President-Elect Donald Trump and his family appeared on CBS News' "60 Minutes" this weekend and were grilled by a combative host, Lesley Stahl. Here's how Donald and his daughter Ivanka replied when Stahl, who called Trump's campaign "nasty," demanded to know if Trump's campaign has hurt his business.
"Let me ask whether any of you think that the campaign has hurt the Trump brand," Stahl questioned Ivanka.
Ivanka replied, "I don’t think it matters. This is so much more important. And more serious. And you know, that’s the focus."
Donald added," I think what Ivanka trying to say, 'Who cares? Who cares?' This is big league stuff. This is — this is our country. Our country is going bad. We’re going to save our country. I don’t care about hotel occupancy. It’s peanuts compared to what we’re doing. Health care, making people better. It’s unfair what’s happened to the people of our country and we’re going to change it. As simple as that."
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