Qaddafi's son to U.S.: Mind your own business

“The President of the U.S. has called on your father to step down. How do you feel about that?” Amanpour asked.

“It’s not an American business, that’s number one,” said Gadhafi, who was dressed casually as he spoke with Amanpour. “Second, do they think this is a solution? Of course not.”

“[Obama] says if a person can only keep control by using force, then legitimacy is gone,” Amanpour pressed.

“Right, but what happened? We didn’t use force,” Gadhafi said. “Second, we still have people around us.”