[caption id="attachment_142029" align="aligncenter" width="2686"] Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at his South Carolina campaign kickoff rally in Bluffton, S.C., Tuesday, July 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton) 


Never fear Millennials. The Donald is here to wipe all of your debt away.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gave a wide-ranging interview to The Hill Wednesday and said that he is the best candidate for Millennials who are "swimming" in student loan debt.

“I’ll see so many young people and they work really hard for four years. They borrowed money. Their parents don’t have much. They work all together and they mortgage their future. They get good marks — I’m not even talking about the ones that are at the bottom, I’m talking about the ones at the top,” Trump said.

“They can’t get jobs and they don’t know what to do.”

Trump didn't elaborate on what he would do to change that, but said generically that he would create high-paying jobs if elected.

“I don’t want to raise the minimum wage. I want to create jobs so people can get much more than that, so they can get five times what the minimum wage is,” said Trump.

He also criticized the federal government for profiting off federal student loans, a common refrain in speeches by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D- Mass.).

“That’s probably one of the only things the government shouldn’t make money off — I think it’s terrible that one of the only profit centers we have is student loans,” Trump told The Hill.