"Bill Gates, the billionaire businessman and founder of Microsoft, mocked President Donald Trump at a talk before his foundation, claiming the president repeatedly asked him the difference between HIV and HPV and made his wife uncomfortable".
After Trump was elected, Gates said he went to visit Trump at a horse show where Trump had talked to his daughter Jennifer. He went up and talked to Jen and was being super nice.
"And then about 20 minutes later he flew in on a helicopter to the same place".
Mr Gates said when he first spoke to Mr Trump in December it was "kind of scary" how much he knew about his daughter's "appearance". "Melinda [Gates's wife] didn't like that too well", he added. Gates reacted much like a parent to a misbehaving toddler, telling him "Don't do that".
Mr Gates disclosed that President Trump twice asked him to clarify the difference between HIV and HPV: 'So I was able to explain that those were rarely confused with each other'.
A video of Gates's comments was obtained by MSNBC's All in with Chris Hayes show, which broadcast the footage on Thursday. One of the striking points in the clips was that Gates recalled details about his daughter's meeting with the POTUS back in December 2016.
Bill Gates exits an elevator before speaking to reporters at Trump Tower
'So clearly he had been driven away and he wanted to make a grand entrance in a helicopter.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HIV is different from HPV. Those plans that have since stalled-also thanks to Gates, who said he told Trump "No, that's a dead end, don't do that".
"I'll take his framework and explain why things like health security and continued foreign aid, even in that narrow framework, where you give no credit for saving lives in Africa, kind of pure humanitarian things, even without that, this is money well spent", Gates told the outlet.
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) attacks the immune system and can lead to AIDS.
"I didn't know the third-party form was always expected".
"I didn't put him to the test, whether that was a serious thing or not", Gates said. "'Gates says that Gates knows that you're not doing things right'".