字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント But I have to start this conversation by asking for your reaction to President Trump's really offensive comments about immigrants coming to the US from quote "shithole" countries, comments in reference to people from African countries and Haiti. What do you make of what the President said? I try not to let that kind of stuff, you know, influence my emotions. Hmm, and I just keep my eye on the things that I can do to bring opportunities to those that are left behind. So, hmm but then at the same time remember going to places like Bangalore, India in 2006 when one can say was, you know, not in the best conditions as far as opportunity, but now, if you look at Bangalore, India, this city in this awesome country is responsible for a lot of the innovations that we see in you know, Facebooks, Googles, Apples, and you know, the likes of Amazons. You know, a lot of the engineers come from Bangalore, India. Bangalore, India, one point in time, you know, wasn't thriving. And I'm happy that I have awesome employees out of Bangalore, India, and I'm happy that I go to places like Davos and you know a part of the young global leaders, and doing the things that I'm doing in the ghetto that I'm from where we teaching kids computer science and robotics. I started off ten years ago with Dean Kamen and Laurene Powell Jobs with only 65 kids. Since then, all of our kids had joined the program went off to go to school, and you know, are now going to school for robotics and engineering and mathematics. And these were, you know, low performing kids right here in our country. Right? There's "shithole" communities in America that, you know, that need help. And likewise around the world. But I'm an opportunist and my heart is in the right place. So I don't like to get discouraged by, you know, division and skepticism without being in an agent of change.