"I Was In So Many Rap Songs" Jokes Trump During Sitdown With Dave Portnoy

President Trump sat down with daytrader Dave Portnoy on Thursday after the White House reached out for an interview.

The two covered a broad range of topics, from sports figures kneeling in support of Black Lives Matter, to Trump's tweeting habits - which the President admitted occasional regrets over.

"It used to be, in the old days, you'd write a letter, and you'd say, 'This letter's really big.' You'd put it on your desk, and then you go back tomorrow and you say, 'Oh, I'm glad I didn't send it.' Right? But we don't do that with Twitter. Right? We put it out instantaneously, we feel great, and then you start getting phone calls: 'Did you really say this?'" -President Trump

The two then discussed Trump's decision to leave his cushy life in the private sector and enter politics - driving many on the left to abandon support for the billionaire.Β 

"You're the most famous person in the world. My guess is nobody ever said 'Hey, I don't like Donald Trump' before he became president. Now everyone has an opinion, and your life has changed forever when - seemingly, you had the dream life beforehand," said Portnoy.Β 

To which Trump replied: "I was in so many rap songs, like 79. This is before I did this," adding "The best day in my life in terms of business and life and everything was the day before I announced I'm running for president."