SEAN HANNITY: I would assume being the Co-Executive Chairman of a group like the Carlyle Group, an investment firm managing 224 billion dollars, I would assume you're a pretty wealthy guy. Here's one thing I feel, we always seem to be pitting old vs. young, rich vs. poor and dividing Americans. One thing I've kind of figured out as I've gotten older and I kind of started out my life with nothing, David I don't know how much you know about me, but I've learned that we're all renters. In other words you think you own your home you think you own your car, you think you own your toys, whatever it happens to be. But the day you die somebody else is going to live in your house, drive your car, and ride around in your boat or whatever else you have in life. And money does not make you happy.
DAVID RUBENSTEIN: Money doesn't make you happy for sure, and the most unhappy people I've ever met are really wealthy people. Many billionaires I know are tortured souls because they realize money doesn't make them happy. What makes you happy is a happy family life, successful children, a healthy existence, so you're healthy. And also the most important thing is helping other people. Nobody gets as much pleasure out of life as then when you help other people. You help people who have poverty, you have people who have educational needs. That's the most important thing in life.