Donald Trump went on The O'Reilly Factor Wednesday night to discuss, well, everything. These Trump-O'Reilly interviews are usually fascinating and this one didn't disappoint. Using Genius, I annotated it. You can, too! Sign up for Genius and annotate alongside me! To see an annotation, click or tap the highlighted part of the transcript.

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O'REILLY: Today Mr. Obama spoke about the ISIS attack in Istanbul. Saying we stand with the people of Turkey. More empty rhetoric. We don't stand with anyone. We will not do what is necessary to defeat this evil. The ISIS battle should be a major presidential campaign issue if Hillary Clinton is going to continue the policies of Barack Obama, every American should know that. On the other side Donald Trump needs to get very specific about his plan to defeat ISIS and the jihadi. He should spell it out. And that's the memo.

Now, to the top story. Let's bring in the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump who joins us now from Bangor, Maine. So, I'm looking for specifics tonight, Mr. Trump, do you have any for us?

TRUMP: Well, I do have them and I hate to give them out because frankly if I win, it looks like I have a pretty good chance of winning, I don't like to be giving out all of this information. I'd like to just go and do the job. If you look at General Patton he wasn't one to give out information on television and then do whatever he has to do.

O'REILLY: Yes. But I mean, you have got to have --

TRUMP: We're going to have to -- I know that but I have given out plenty. Believe me. I was the one that said take the oil. And I hate it to tell everybody and we should have taken the oil when we left and we didn't do it. And who has the oil now? ISIS has the oil.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told a crowd in Fort Dodge, Iowa on Nov. 12 that he would take a very aggressive stance against Islamic State militants. (Reuters)

O'REILLY: Yes. But then Iran is going to stop people from Iraq. Taking the oil is not going to stop people from blowing up airports and killing people in night clubs.

TRUMP: No, it's not.

O'REILLY: And so, what I'm trying to get at here is look, I just laid out a very specific plan. All right? But it's a plan that doesn't have well we are going to invade here and we are going to have this many troops here. We're not that. But just a plan that you mobilize the most powerful alliance on the face of the earth. Okay? They commit, right, to killing savages. That's a plan.

TRUMP: Hundred percent. Yes.

O'REILLY: President Obama doesn't have a plan.

TRUMP: I have no problem. I mean --

(CROSSTALK)

Whatsoever.

O'REILLY: How would you do that? Would you go to Brussels and get NATO?

TRUMP: I would certainly do it.

O'REILLY: Would you do it?

TRUMP: So, Bill, if you remember, four months ago I said that NATO is obsolete because they don't cover terrorism and everybody smiled and they all had a good time and they were saying well, what does he know? What does he know? What does he know? But I said, NATO is obsolete. They also said the countries of NATO aren't paying us what they should be paying us. They are not even living up to the agreement.

Okay. So, about three or four days after I said it people that study NATO said, you know what? Trump is right. Then about two weeks ago on the front page of the "Wall Street Journal" I read where NATO is setting up a whole terrorist organization and I said it's obsolete because it doesn't cover terrorism properly. And they all said I was right. Now they're setting up an organization headed by one of the top people and they have a terrorism organization. Okay.

Does anybody say that was a good move or a good thought? No. But that's okay. NATO ought to go in there and wipe them out. And I think, also, Turkey, you know, Turkey has been deceived by ISIS. And assuming this was ISIS that did the attack, yesterday, Turkey has been totally deceived. Turkey has a very strong army. I have a feeling that Turkey will be unleashing a very strong force.

O'REILLY: They are 50 miles away.

TRUMP: Because of what happened.

O'REILLY: They're 50 miles away.

TRUMP: They're very close.

O'REILLY: They could get to Raqqa in two hours with a mechanized unity. But it's Muslims fighting Muslims and they don't want to do that because Turkey has its own problem.

TRUMP: I think they're going to do it. I think now they are going to do it. I think with the proper leadership in our country, Turkey would do it and Turkey should do it. They have a massive military. They could do it.

O'REILLY: We would have to back them up.

TRUMP: As effectively as anybody.

O'REILLY: Turkey is a member of NATO. Okay.

TRUMP: We will back them up. We have to back them up.

O'REILLY: Yes. Back them up with air power.

TRUMP: Yes.

O'REILLY: They bring them in and they do it? But you know what?

TRUMP: Bill, all of a sudden Turkey is getting hit. I mean, Turkey is getting hit. And they are getting hit hard.

O'REILLY: But you have to pound this drum. You see you have to go out there, you have to pound -- look, let me just contrast it.

TRUMP: I think I have pounded it pretty good actually.

O'REILLY: There was a press conference today with the President of the United States the president of the Mexico and the prime minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. Do you know what they led with? Do you know what they led with? Protection for gays. Protection for gays. That was the lead. All right? Do you know what was second? Global warming. Big alliance on global warming.

TRUMP: Yes.

O'REILLY: Nothing wrong with protecting gays. Nothing wrong with global warming. But that's the lead less than 24 hours after ISIS blows up another airport. That's what's on their mind.

TRUMP: Yes.

O'REILLY: You can separate yourself if you become a terror warrior. And I mean real terror warrior.

TRUMP: Well, I think I have though, Bill. I think you just have to look at the polls. Look at what's happening in terms of terrorism I'm leading in the polls. In terms of military I'm doing very well in the polls. A lot of people don't understand, you know, I do have a pretty great understanding and a commonsense of what's going on. I was not one that wanted to go into Iraq. It was a huge negative. It was a huge mistake to go into Iraq. When we came out of Iraq, I was not one that wanted to go -- we came out the wrong way.

We just took everybody and left and hence the creation, essentially of ISIS. And you know, ISIS was created during the Hillary Clinton regime. She has been there forever, Bill. She has been there forever. She has done nothing about ISIS. And it started with her and, frankly, nothing has happened. If anything, I think they have gotten stronger if you want to know the truth.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accused Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of failing to act to stop the Islamic State when she was Secretary of State. Turkey pointed the finger at Islamic State for a triple suicide bombing and gun attack that killed 41 people at Istanbul's main airport on Tuesday. (Reuters)

O'REILLY: Well, they haven't gotten stronger commands and control but they are losing territory.

TRUMP: They are all over the place.

O'REILLY: They are coming from a different terror organization. But there is no solution to this problem unless you devastate them and show the jihad that you are not going to take it anymore. It's all psychological now.

TRUMP: That's what has to be done. I agree. And not only that. The fact that they seem to have these victories. I don't know if you call that a victory, but it's a victory. It's perceived as a victory. You have through the internet, they are taking our youth and the youth from other countries all over the world, and they are joining ISIS. The youth thinks it's wonderful. Because they see victory. You know, it's being portrayed they are beating the United States.

O'REILLY: All right. Now --

TRUMP: And people are joining ISIS because of that. You have got to knock them hard, you have to beat the hell out of them.

O'REILLY: Hillary Clinton is going to have to get tougher on terrorism and she is.

TRUMP: She will never get tougher she is not tough enough. It's not going to happen.

O'REILLY: She is going to get tougher at least rhetorically on terrorism. She is going to have to because President Obama's policy of containment has failed. Everybody in the world knows it's failed.

TRUMP: I don't see it happening with her. She is not going to get tougher. It started under her. It was a little group of people. It could have been wiped out quickly and effectively then. Now it's a very large group of people. And it's only getting bigger. And if she gets in, it will be massive and we won't even have a country anymore. We're going to be afraid to walk outside.

O'REILLY: All right. We're going to hold Mr. Trump over.

TRUMP: And Bill, remember one other thing, they are letting tens of thousands of people come in from Syria and nobody knows who these people are and lot of these people are ISIS.

O'REILLY: Okay.

TRUMP: A lot of these people are ISIS.

O'REILLY: I'm not convinced of that but I think there has to be a slowdown on that and a real vetting. But I want to hold you over. So, we'll give the new polling. We have two new polls out in the presidential run. Then, Hillary Clinton says, she sympathizes with some Trump supporters. That could be an interesting discussion.

Later, Charles Krauthammer and I analyze the Benghazi report from both sides. Very provocative. Those reports after these messages.

O'REILLY: Continuing now with Donald Trump. New Quinnipiac poll says the race between him and Hillary Clinton is just about tied. And a new FOX News poll just out today as Hillary Clinton beating Trump by six points. However, among voters who describe themselves as very interested in the upcoming election, the race is a statistical tie again. Just like Quinnipiac. Last night in Los Angeles, Hillary Clinton said this.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

HILLARY CLINTON (D), PRESUMPTIVE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: I am determined to say look, you may not vote for me, Trump supporters, I get that because you really are upset about immigration or you are upset about trade or you are upset about, you know, the feeling that the jobs that you had that gave you a good living are gone. So, I'm very sympathetic to that. I am not sympathetic to the xenophobia, the misogyny, the homophobia, the Islamophobia and all of the other.

(APPLAUSE)

Sort of dog whistles that Trump uses to create that fervor among a lot of his supporters.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

O'REILLY: Okay. That was about 45 seconds to be fair. We will give Mr. Trump the same amount of time to reply. Go.

TRUMP: All of the phobias that nobody even knows what she is talking about to be honest with you. Why doesn't she say it like it is? I mean, it's just ridiculous. And frankly, you know, she knows exactly what's happening. She sees what's happening. People are tired. They are losing their jobs. Their jobs are being taken away. Companies are moving to Mexico. I mean, just moving. They just pick up and move. You look at what went on with carrier. You look at Ford. You look at so many different. They are a mile long and we are losing our jobs.

We are losing everything in this country. We are losing our spirit. I was in Ohio. I was in Pennsylvania. Yesterday I was in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. And I want to tell you, the lines of people that we have, they are so sick and tired of hearing things like what she is just saying. Nobody even knows what she is talking about. And you tell me, that's presidential? She is presidential? Sitting there. I don't think so.

O'REILLY: All right. Now, the new FOX News poll is interesting. You are up 10 points among men. American men. She is at 36. You are at 46. But among women. She is up on you 19. Fifty one-32. So, it would seem that you are going to have to tailor your message a little bit more to women voters. Are you willing to do that?

TRUMP: Well, I am. And I think I'm doing great with women, we have a sold out arena. The place is packed. And every -- yesterday in Ohio and in Pennsylvania and in West Virginia it's packed with lines going outside. It's incredible. And half of these people, I mean, more than half it seems are women. And they have signs up women for Trump. We love you, Donald. All of this stuff. I mean, it's unbelievable what's going on. And I hear the poll and I see it and I have seen a couple of others.

O'REILLY: Well, 32 percent of women support you.

TRUMP: Yes. I'm up to 32 or 33.

(CROSSTALK)

O'REILLY: All right. But it seems to me --

TRUMP: No, but Bill, I just saw the poll that came out. I think it's a Quinnipiac poll --

O'REILLY: Quinnipiac, right.

TRUMP: Thirty three percent. I'm with 33 percent with Hispanic. Now, I'm six, or seven or eight points higher than Romney was. And, you know, if I listen to you, in all fairness a few months ago I was going to get nothing with Hispanic.

O'REILLY: All I'm saying --

TRUMP: Like 33 percent.

O'REILLY: In a political campaign, and believe me, I'm not one to give advice to anybody because I'm not a politician. But traditionally the message was tailored to certain group. That's how voters want. You have not run a traditional campaign. So, I'm not telling what you to do. I'm just saying, you are down 19 in the FOX poll on women. And if you are going to tailor a message to them, I would like to know, I would like to know what that message is. That's all.

TRUMP: Well, I could tell you right now what it is, it's strength, it's borders, it's a strong military. We're going to protect -- we are going to protect our country. It's keeping people that wants to kill us out of our country. You have to be vetted and I mean vetted very strongly. It's not letting the people from the migration, the Syrians or whoever they are because we have no idea who they are, Bill. Because you can't tell who they are because they have no paperwork whatsoever.

O'REILLY: Okay. So, it's a protection.

TRUMP: And Obama and Clinton are letting them come in to our country by the thousands. And we're not going to let them come in. We can't let them come in.

O'REILLY: The security message may resonate. Final question in this poll. Thirty percent of Americans, only 30 percent see Hillary Clinton as being honest and trustworthy. But 34 percent only see you as honest and trustworthy. Again, are you going to tailor a message that might get that number up?

TRUMP: I'm honest, I'm trustworthy. I tell it like it is. I'm here. I didn't need to do this. I'm enjoying it but I'm enjoying it because we are going to make America great again. We are going to make America great again. We are also going to make America safe again, Bill.

O'REILLY: You know what, I have to say and I have said this before. You are willing to take fire from guys like me but Mrs. Clinton much more reticent to do that however we hope and she will come on and we invite her on all the time but you are here and I think that means something. So we appreciate your time as always, Mr. Trump.

TRUMP: Thank you.