Donald Trump: ‘I don’t see the same anger about Obamacare that I saw a year ago’

Donald Trump, a Republican presidential hopeful, speaks at a campaign rally in Laconia, N.H., on Thursday. New York Times/Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist
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Donald Trump, a Republican presidential hopeful, speaks at a campaign rally in Laconia, N.H., on Thursday. New York Times/Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist

Credit: Jim Galloway

Credit: Jim Galloway

What happens when Herman Cain, a GOP presidential candidate in 2012, interviews Donald Trump, the high-riding Republican presidential contender for 2016?

Mutual admiration. Tons of it. Stupendous, brotherly love that would put Philadelphia to shame. Unparalleled.

Click here to listen to this morning's tete-a-tete on WSB Radio (750AM, 95.5 FM):

The conversation included this observation from The Donald:

"I don't see the same anger about Obamacare that I saw a year ago. It's worse than people thought, and yet I don't see the same anger. It's like these politicians -- they don't seem to have any fight. But I don't see the same anger….You don't even hear about it anymore. And it's a disaster. It's a bomb waiting to explode."

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