Scott Applewhite / AP  Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., is received by reporters when he arrives at the Capitol on the first morning of a partial government shutdown on December 22, 2018. The President said he was "ready, willing and able" to meet with Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi "whenever they want."
When asked about the government shutdown, the president was told.
"Many people are looking for their paychecks, so I'm willing to go anytime, whenever they want," Trump said.
He also spoke to his foreign policy, especially to Syria, where he had announced earlier this month that troops would be leaving soon.
Following the withdrawal of troops from Syria, the President said, "Not only can I get out, but I've won too, you see what I've done, we've largely exterminated ISIS, it does not, I mean, we do It's going to be a short while, we have to get our troops home, it's time. "
AP In this June 30, 2018, a file photo of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Speaks during a rally in Boston. Senator Elizabeth Warren takes the first big step on the road to becoming president.
The President also commented on the news of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who announced her presidential committee on Monday and said he was "happy about it" and said, "she'll be wonderful."
But of course he made a few shots with someone he repeatedly called "Pocahontas" in a mocking tone about their Native American heritage.
When asked if he believes Warren can win, he said in a comment that cast some contempt, "I do not know, you need to ask your psychiatrist."
"I hope she might get the nomination, that would be a wonderful thing for me," Trump said.
Looking ahead to 2019, Trump was completely positive, saying that he thinks the United States has "a great form of prosperity" and "tremendous success with trade agreements". He also said to the military proverb, "I think we will have heavily rebuilt the military for reinforcement and hopefully we will never have to use our military, it will be so strong that we will never need it."
Ultimately, the biggest winners and losers for 2018, according to Trump: the American people and anyone who tries to win him in 2020.
"I think the winners are the Americans, we brought them tax cuts and jobs – jobs they've never had before," said Trump. "We took care of the military, building up large parts and very soon all of our military, which was exhausted, and I think the big winners are the people of the country, which makes me very happy."
AP In this snapshot, dated December 7, 2018, President Donald Trump announces that he has nominated William Barr as his attorney general on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington.
The New Year will also focus on the presidential election of 2020 – something that already annoyed Trump.
"The one who lost, you know, I do not really want to say, there are certainly many people who wanted to do things that did not work," Trump said. "I think if you look at some of the candidates who are signing up right now, they will be the losers, they have a lot of people – 32 people could be with the Democrats, let's see what happens."
Mark Osborne of ABC News contributed to this report.