Kimmel writes a Trump children's book called 'Winners Aren't Losers'

Donald Trump appears on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
Donald Trump appears on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Donald Trump has written many books, but never one for children. On Wednesday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that may have changed.

The late night host told the GOP presidential frontrunner that he "ghost wrote" a Dr. Suess styled children's book with Trump's name on it called "Winners Aren't Losers."

"Winners aren't losers. They're winners -- like me! A loser's a loser. Which one will you be?" Kimmel read from the book.

Kimmel continued, "oh, the places you'll go on your yacht! On your plane! With your suits from Milan! And your wives from Ukraine!"

Trump appeared on the ABC broadcast Wednesday to talk about many topics including the claims that Trump would be the "healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency."

"In all fairness, I said doc I want to tell you I'll be the healthiest president ever," Trump said of the health report. "And he said... I think I agree and he probably took my words and put it down."

This was the first time Trump had sat down with Kimmel since canceling on the host back in October.

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The interview also followed Trump's participation in CNN's republican debate on Tuesday night.

That debate averaged 18 million viewers to become the third most-watched primary debate in history.

A viewership that Trump slyly suggested he boosted.

"It's become like the Super Bowl... the networks didn't want the debates, and then something happened this cycle and I won't tell you what it is," Trump smiled.

Kimmel also pressed Trump about his proposed plans to deport those who are not in this country legally, using his Latino security guard, Guillermo, as an example.

"Guillermo came here illegally... I mean first of all he's adorable and I feel like that should count for something," Kimmel said. "But don't we want people who want to be here so badly that they will risk everything to be in America?"

Trump responded that he's worked with thousands of Hispanics and that they are "unbelievable people," but that they have to come here legally.

"I fee like in a way though we should let the Mexicans in and a lot of Americans should be kicked out," Kimmel laughed.

"I'll tell you what, we want people who are going to get in, work and turn the country around," Trump said. "We want to see some great things happen."


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