SELLERS: "Well, I think we understood that we elected a president of the United States who had this knowledge deficit when he went into the office. We all understand that. We all agree, Democrats and Republicans alike. But I think one of the biggest problems that many people including myself have is that when you’re address North Korea or Syria or Afghanistan, the White House seems to be ill prepared, for a perfect example, not only was he ill prepared for the meeting with President Xi but you look at the fact that we don’t have an ambassador to China, we don’t have an ambassador to Japan, we don’t have an ambassador to South Korea. We don’t even have a deputy Secretary of State to East Asia. And so we’re doing all of these things and the White House is fundamentally broken. We’re not prepared to take on the challenges. And so whether or not it’s the meeting or whether or not it’s his staff or whatever, we are fundamentally unprepared on the world stage."