>> I remember the 1900s. But just to mark the passage of time. We live in a real great, fantastic country. We work for a great company.
>> Gratitude, gratitude, gratitude.
>> So we’re all loving it.
>> Take those little moments.
>> And my tattoo, my run for office in 2020. Are you excited for me?
>> No comment.
>> Who should be at the bottom of the ticket?
>> No comment.
>> Do you want to run? Would you like to be my running mate?
>> No, I got other things I want to do.
>> Like? Go on.
>> We’ll see.
>> Go on, tell me. Come on, now with our hair down. We always let our hair down when we talk. What do you want to do?
>> I don’t know. I want to do a book. I want to lift women’s voices. I have things I want to do for women in this country. I really believe strongly in that?
>> Yeah, I want to be that person to help create a movement in some sort of fashion. If I can help just a little bitty bit, that’s it. That’s all I need to do. But you can run for president. Don Lemon for president.
>> I just want us to come back together again as a country. I want us to stop being so sensitive. I want to get rid of the stupid racist and home oh phobes and bigots. I’m sick of promoting that and hearing about it. It’s disgusting.
>> They just shouted out CNN. I love it. Listen, I’m from The South. You’re from The South. We are familiar with many, many perspectives, and that’s the beautiful thing about living in America. But it just feels like living in America now, people are just so siloed. They’re so in their own corners, and we just need dialogue.
>> It’s become toxic. You know the people I grew up with. I grew up in The South as well. I went to lsu. By the way, go tigers. They’re doing very well this year. Joe burrow. Go tigers, yes. I want to see that again. I want people to come back together, and I’m tired of people fighting.
>> They will. The pendulum will swing back.
>> Walking flew the crowd and people giving me white power signs. It’s disgusting. Stop it, America. That’s not what we’re about. So anyway, on a positive note —
>> I love you, man.
>> I got to spend Christmas with my mom and my family.