The Dalai Lama is not the least bit fazed about Donald Trump’s presidential win, despite the real-estate mogul’s inflammatory rhetoric about minorities. The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader said Wednesday that he thinks most of Trump’s divisive rhetoric during his campaign was just for show and he will be forced to behave more responsibly in office. “I feel during the election, the candidate has more freedom to express. Now once they [are] elected, having the responsibility, then they have to carry their cooperation, their work, according [to] reality,” he told reporters after a four-day trip to Mongolia. “So I have no worries,” he said, adding that he’d like to meet Trump after the Jan. 20 inauguration.