60 Minutes’ Interview Revealed 5 Wildest Moments From Donald Trump

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President Donald Trump points while speaking at a rally at Alumni Coliseum in Richmond, Ky., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Donald Trump has gotten some information about his treatment of Christine Blasey Ford, regardless of whether he supposes environmental change is a trick and a bunch of different subjects.

The meeting, which incorporated a few snapshots of pressure among Stahl and Trump (“I’m president―and you’re not,” he said to her at a certain point), was taped last Thursday in the White House. As Stahl said amid the section, “it’s an administration like no other.”

Here are six of the most out of control minutes from the meeting, which broadcast Sunday night.

1. He denied mocking Christine Blasey Ford at one of his rallies: “I didn’t really make fun of her.”

Not long ago, Donald Trump straightforwardly ridiculed Christine Blasey Ford’s Senate declaration and the more extensive #MeToo development against rape amid his rally in Southaven, Mississippi.

Blasey, 51, gave a passionate declaration in September, reviewing the subtle elements of the night she guarantees now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh unsteadily held her down and attempted to coercively expel her garments at a social occasion in the 1980s. She is one of three ladies who has openly blamed Kavanaugh for sexual unfortunate behavior.

“Had I not made that discourse, we would not have won,” Donald Trump said when Stahl said he mirrored Ford amid the rally. “I was trying to say she didn’t appear to know anything.”

“I didn’t generally ridicule her,” he included, saying he trusts that Ford was “treated with awesome regard” in the repercussions of the consultation.

Afterward, when squeezed more by Stahl about whether he trusts he approached Ford with deference, Trump stated: “W―you know what? I’m not going to get into it since we won. It doesn’t make a difference. We won.”

2. Trump refused to say humans were causing climate change and said scientists had a “political agenda.”

“I believe something’s occurring. Something’s changing and it’ll change back once more. I don’t believe it’s a trick,” he said. “I don’t have the foggiest idea about what it’s synthetic. I will state this. I don’t wanna give trillions of dollars. I don’t wanna lose a large number of occupations. I don’t wanna be put off guard.”

The president’s remarks gone ahead of the foot sole areas of the staggering Hurricane Michael and another report from the United Nations’ environmental change body that anticipated critical outcomes except if the planet significantly downsized nursery discharges.

Donald Trump, terminating back at Stahl’s inquiry in the event that he had tuned in to his own atmosphere specialists, said that researchers were politically spurred.

“You’d need to demonstrate to me the researchers since they have a major political plan,” he said.

3. Trump has ‘trust’ in Kim Jong Un.

Donald Trump said he gets along well with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.

“I trust him,” Trump said. “That doesn’t mean I can’t be proven wrong.”

Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in Singapore in June. After the summit, the White House said the North had made firm pledges to rid itself of its nuclear weapons. The joint statement released after the event, however, was vague at best and provided no clear pathway for Kim to do so.

The president has previously tweeted that he was “confident” the North Korean leader would “honor the contract we signed &, even more importantly, our handshake,” referring to North Korea’s process of denuclearization.

Stahl told Donald Trump: “Well, remember what Reagan said. ‘Trust, but verify.’”

“Sure. I know. It’s― it’s very true. “Trump replied, “but the fact is, I do trust him. But we’ll see what happens.”

4. A potential Mattis departure.

Donald Trump said Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is “sort of a Democrat” who could be leaving his post relatively soon.

Mattis, a former Marine Corps general, hasn’t told Trump he plans to leave the administration. However, Trump said it “could be that he is.”

“I have a very good relationship with him,” Trump said. “I think he’s sort of a Democrat if you want to know the truth. But Gen. Mattis is a good guy. We get along very well. He may leave. I mean, at some point, everybody leaves. People leave. That’s Washington.”

5. He refused to pledge that he would not shut down special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.

Stahl pressed Trump repeatedly about his stance on the ongoing investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into the last presidential election, asking if he would “pledge” not to shut it down. Trump refused several times to answer.

“I don’t pledge anything,” he said. “But I will tell you, I have no intention of doing that. I think it’s a very unfair investigation because there was no collusion of any kind.”

When the host asked once more, Trump again fired back, saying: “There is no collusion. I don’t wanna pledge. Why should I pledge to you? If I pledge, I’ll pledge. I don’t have to pledge to you.”

He later cast doubt on any claims that he had colluded with Russia during the election, calling the idea “ridiculous.”

32 people have been indicted in Mueller’s probe so far, including several high-profile members of the Trump campaign.

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