Trump Reveals How He Makes Decisions to Chris Wallace: ‘I Don’t Think About Them’


President Donald Trump offered a peak into his decision making process in his interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, and there’s really not much to it.

“How, when you’re sitting at the desk, how do you make decisions?” Wallace asked the president in the Oval Office. “I mean, do you agonize over them, do you second guess yourself?”

“I don’t think about them,” Trump replied. “I don’t think about, you know, how I make them. I make what I consider the right decision, I have great people working at the White House, they don’t get enough credit. I have some tremendously talented people and I will talk to them and sometimes I’ll have them go at each other, I do like that, you know let them go at each other. And they do. They’ve very competitive people and at the end I make a decision and it’s certainly – on the economy, a lot of things we’ve been – we’ve made a lot of good decisions and I want to keep it that way.”

When Wallace asked Trump for the toughest decision he has made in office, the president brought up North Korea.

“I think we had real decision as to which way to go on North Korea and certainly at least so far I’m very happy with the way we went,” Trump said.

“Even though there was talk that they putting up new sites?” Wallace asked.

“Maybe they are, maybe they’re not, I don’t believe that, I don’t,” Trump said. “And you know could which is – if that’s the way it goes, that’s the way it goes. You know, I go with the way we have to go but so far it’s been good, we have a very good relationship.”

Watch above, via Fox News.

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