2016 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump goes 'On the Record' on why China must solve the North Korea problem, why the Iran deal is the "dumbest ever negotiated," his recent attacks on the Clintons and the Ted Cruz birther controversy.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN: How serious a problem do you see this? I mean, look, they have got at least we know atomic bombs and Seoul, South Korea is a short distance away with probably 10 or 14 million people and then every once in a while they do a test, I think the fourth test in about eight years. How serious do you see this?
TRUMP: Well, I think it’s a serious problem because he is probably on the wacky side. He certainly – he could be a total nut job, frankly. It’s amazing that a young guy would go and take over. You know, you would have thought that these tough generals would say no way this is going to happen when the father died. So he has got to have something going for him because he kept control which is amazing for a young person to do and I would say this – we are protecting South Korea. I have tremendous expense with South Korea. I do a lot of business with South Korea. I like them. They are great people. They are wonderful people but they make a fortune as a country. Every time I order a television set, when I order thousands of sets, I order so many television sets every year for different properties, thousands, they all come from South Korea. They have to make more of a contribution toward the protection because we have 28,000 soldiers on the line, very, very dangerous, and we get paid very little money, relatively speaking, by South Korea. So they are going to have to step up to the plate and pay us more. You know, we are a debtor nation. We owe 19 trillion dollars and we are going in the wrong direction. The budget that was made two weeks ago is ridiculous what they did, how that got approved. So we have to start thinking a little bit differently than we have in the past.