Speaking to an interviewer at the millennial-oriented Generation Next Summit, President Donald Trump appeared to complain about the difficulties of being president and getting bad press.
"What advice do you give to 25-year-old Donald Trump?" the young interviewer asked.
"Don't run for president," Trump responded, to laughter from the crowd.
He went on to complain about how he had "great publicity" before he ran for office — and later shifted gears to discuss what he considers a presidential achievement.
"There is a lot of fake news out there, nobody had any idea," the president said. "I'm proud of the fact that I exposed it to a large extent. We exposed it. It's an achievement."
During the freewheeling interview, Trump also said he believes a "majority" of college students on the "real campuses" in the "Middle West" support him.
Watch below, via Fox News: