CNN anchor Anderson Cooper sounded off Wednesday on President Trump's ABC News interview in which\u00a0he suggested he would accept dirt on political opponents from foreign governments and not report it to the FBI.In a preview clip, Trump dismissed the idea that foreign governments giving him opposition research is considered "interference" and that he would "want to hear"\u00a0what they have. The president added that\u00a0while he would "maybe" report such interactions to the FBI, he rejected the notion that everyone would do the same."I think I'd want to hear it ...\u00a0I think you might want to listen, there isn't anything wrong with listening," Trump told interviewer George Stephanopoulos. "I'll tell you what, I've seen a lot of things over my life. I don't think in my whole life I've ever called the FBI. In my whole life. You don't call the FBI. You throw somebody out of your office, you do whatever you do."Trump's remarks contradict those of\u00a0FBI Director Christopher Wray, who has urged\u00a0anyone\u00a0approached by foreign governments with political dirt to report it to the authorities.While discussing the president's\u00a0remarks with former Director of National Intelligence\u00a0James Clapper, Cooper expressed how he was reminded of Trump's 2016 comments suggesting that Russia should find Hillary Clinton's missing emails.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP\u201cYou know, people just kind of roll their eyes at this point and it bears repeating this is not normal behavior of a president,\u201d Cooper said. "I\u2019m not even sure, I don\u2019t even know, if he understands or doesn\u2019t care what the ramifications of this are, but if any other president had said anything resembling this, you know, Republicans in Congress would have, understandably, you know, called him a traitor.\u201dClapper agreed, saying: "Can you imagine if\u00a0Barack Obama, if he were still president, somehow said something like that? The Republicans would be going nuts over this.\u201d He also described Trump's remarks as "incredible, amazing, stunning and disturbing."