Donald Trump says he is ready to take the reins of the US healthcare industry if elected president, but warns he would be unprepared to run it and will “never be a good CEO”.

“I don’t want to be a CEO.

I don’t have the best instincts,” Mr Trump said during an interview on The Drudge Report on Thursday.

“But if I was the CEO of the country, and we had a great healthcare system, and if it was working, and everybody could get the same thing at a great price, I’m going to run that.”

Mr Trump has already faced criticism for a series of questionable business decisions that have resulted in a series, including one where he was paid millions to work on a health care plan that he was not even hired on.

His comments came as he was campaigning in Ohio, the home state of Mr Trump’s vice-presidential running mate, Mike Pence, a former Republican congressman from Indiana.

Mr Trump also said that healthcare costs were too high, and that he did not know how to run a company.

“The only thing I have that is good for me is having a great deal of control over the business,” Mr Obama said.

“If somebody says to me, ‘Why aren’t you doing this?’

I have no idea.

I’ll never be a great CEO.”

Mr Obama added that he had never run a business, although he said he had taken an “open door” approach to healthcare.

“I have no problem saying, ‘Well, I don’ t think it’s appropriate to go to Washington and start a business.'”

‘Don’t be afraid to be honest’ The US president has not said whether he plans to run for the presidency, and has not taken a position on Mr Trump in the presidential election.

He has called Mr Trump a “phony” and a “fraud” but has defended his decision to not run for president.

Mr Obama has also been criticized for not backing off his support for Mr Trump, including a recent tweet that said the Republican had “made America great again”.

Mr Obama did not specifically comment on Mr Obama’s comments during the interview with Drudge, but did say: “I’m ready.

I’m willing to run.

‘I don’t have the worst instincts’ Mr Trump added: “But I don t have the biggest ego, the biggest personality, the greatest heart. “

There’s no reason to fear me being in the Oval Office.”

And frankly, I would be the best CEO in the world.” “

So I think it is very possible for me to run healthcare.

And frankly, I would be the best CEO in the world.”

Mr Clinton, meanwhile, has already said he is “not ready” to run, but Mr Obama and Mr Trump have not spoken in more than a year.

Mr Clinton was elected to the White House in 2008 and won a second term in 2012.

The US President is also a former business executive and has said he would not be a business leader.