We Played 2016 Presidential Word Association With Donald Trump And This Is What He Said

May 20, 2015, 1:56 PM

— -- Business and reality television mogul, Donald Trump, who is perhaps most famous for uttering the words “you’re fired,” had a few words for some of the candidates he may face should he run for president in 2016.

Speaking with ABC News from inside the Old Post Office Building in Washington, DC -- soon-to-be the site of a luxury downtown Trump International Hotel -- we asked Trump to tell us the first thing that came to mind about a few big names.

Here’s what we learned:

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

“I call him the reluctant warrior -- and perhaps warrior is not a good word, because I am not sure he's a warrior.”

“I don't understand this man – he’s stumbling like he's not even a smart person.”

“Honestly he doesn't look happy, he doesn't want to be doing what he's doing – I don't know is the family forcing him to do it?”

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio

“I was so disappointed when I looked at his answer on Iraq. … It was such a stupid answer, and such a foolish answer, and he's got a lot of problems.”

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

“I like him very much, he’s a good guy.”

“Wisconsin, as you know, is piling on debt after debt – and that's going to be I think a big problem for him.”

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

“I know him very well he's a friend of mine.”

“I don't know if he's running, but he certainly has a lot of difficulties with what's going on in New Jersey and with the Bridgegate and other things.”

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

“What she's done with emails is unbelievable.”

“I think the book, the cash, is a big problem for her -- I think it's going to end up being a big problem. I think she's got some difficulties.”

Check out the full “Power Players” interview with Donald Trump on ABCNews.com tomorrow.

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