• With: Donald Trump, Chairman & CEO Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts

    NEIL CAVUTO, HOST OF, “YOUR WORLD”: All right, from a curse of regulations to a curse of riches. China has apparently got so much money, trillions in foreign reserves, that it literally doesn’t know what to do with it. So now it is just spreading the loot and the influence that goes with it.

    I want you to take a look at this headline: "China Woos Caribbean With Offer of a Billion Dollars in Loans." Caribbean. And then there’s this one. "Italy Turns to China for Help in the Debt Crisis."

    To say that China is increasingly becoming the world’s sugar daddy is an understatement.

    To say that Donald Trump is worried about it is an even bigger understatement. And to hear Dick Cheney all but dismiss Trump with me, well, quite a statement. Listen to this.


    (END VIDEO CLIP)CAVUTO: What do you think of Donald Trump, by the way?


    CHENEY: I don’t know him. I see him on television occasionally.

    CAVUTO: You have never met him?


    CHENEY: Don’t know that I ever met the man.

    CAVUTO: You ever watch "The Apprentice"?

    CHENEY: No. No.

    CAVUTO: Because he is pretty blunt.

    CHENEY: He is pretty blunt.

    CAVUTO: And he has said that we have built a history, through Republican and Democrat administrations, kowtowing to the Chinese, kowtowing to OPEC, kowtowing to Saudi sheikhs and princes. And he says that has got to stop or our days are done as a country.

    CHENEY: Mm-hmm.

    Well, I don’t know that I look to Donald Trump for leadership. But I don’t have any reason to believe he has got more capability in that area than some others do. He has talked about running for president. He has never quite gotten up to the starting gate. Maybe he will at some point.


    CAVUTO: All right, much more of my interview with Dick Cheney later this hour.

    Reaction from Donald Trump right now.

    Donald, I think he dissed you.

    DONALD TRUMP, CHAIRMAN & CEO, TRUMP HOTELS & CASINO RESORTS: Well, I’m not surprised, because if you probably heard the other day, I was very strong on I didn’t like what he said in his book. I didn’t like the way he spoke about people.

    I’m never -- I have never been a huge fan of Bush. But I didn’t like the fact that essentially he was calling a -- our president -- he was calling President Bush a liar. And I don’t like people that work for somebody else and then write books about them and lots of other people and say lots of bad things.


    TRUMP: So he must have heard me say that, obviously.


    CAVUTO: Well, the vice president wasn’t calling President Bush a liar.

    TRUMP: Well, he was, because his recollection was -- on different things was much different than Bush’s.

    CAVUTO: Right. But he didn’t -- I understand his recollection of certain events was not the same.

    TRUMP: Well, no, but that’s -- wouldn’t you say that is the same thing?


    CAVUTO: That is not calling someone a liar. I know what you mean.


    (CROSSTALK) TRUMP: Neil, I think that he probably heard what I said and that, certainly, I’m not a fan of Dick Cheney, I’m not a fan of his vice presidency.

    CAVUTO: Right.

    TRUMP: I think he did a poor job, to put it mildly. And I’m sure he heard me say that.

    So, obviously, when you hit him with a question about Donald Trump, number one, he was a little stunned. And number two, I would be shocked if he said wonderful things.

    CAVUTO: Well, this is the first interview to my knowledge where your name came up with him.