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Trump: 'I have no intention' of shutting down Mueller probe

"Probably he is, yeah".

"But I rely on them; it's not in our country", Trump added.

It was not immediately clear what assassinations Trump suspected Putin of being involved in, although many critics of the Russian leader have been killed through suspected poisonings and others in mysterious circumstances. Trump has vowed "severe punishment" for Saudi Arabia if the United States determines that Saudi agents killed Khashoggi, but he also has noted that the columnist's disappearance "took place in Turkey, and to the best of our knowledge, Khashoggi is not a United States citizen".

In a lighter moment, Trump said that at the onset of his administration it was "surreal" to refer to himself as the president but over time he's become more comfortable with the title after he "learned on the job". "I think it's a very unfair investigation because there was no collusion of any kind", Trump told CBS' "60 Minutes" in an interview that aired Sunday.

Stahl pushed Trump more than most interviewers, which might be why he snapped at her: "I'm president, and you're not". What I can say is this: "There are consequences from coming into a country, namely our country, illegally".

The interview marks Trump's first appearance on "60 Minutes" as president. He also declined to say that he will not end the Russian Federation investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, although he said he does not intend to do so. Trump touched upon topics like the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, his much slammed zero tolerance policy of separating immigrant children and families at the U.S. border, and on his life as POTUS, among other issues.

On relations with Europe, Trump said that the United States has "been the stupid country for so many years", and that although he "will always be there with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation", the other partners in the alliance "have to pay their way". "I want to heal", Trump said about Americans wanting to come together after being torn apart. He went on to talk about terminating the N.A.F.T.A. deal. "I was just saying she didn't seem to know anything", he told Stahl. I know all these things.

Discussing Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, Trump took credit for getting his nomination through the Senate around Christine Blasey Ford's allegations that the judge tried to sexually assault her when they were in high school.

"Had I not made that speech, we would not have won", Trump said.

Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny quits France
The centre back added: 'France's World Cup victory did me a lot more psychological damage than my injury did me. The 33-year-old announced retirement from global duty having seen France lift the World Cup without him.

The comments came in a prerecorded interview with CBS television's 60 Minutes program that aired on October 14.

He said the political people in Washington have changed his thinking. Seventy-nine percent of Republicans and 72 percent of independents say they plan to vote.

Trump: I'm not doing anything.

"I like General Mattis".

Asked about that, Trump said "you'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda".

On the tried and trusted subject of Russia's alleged, but unproven interference in the 2016 presidential elections, Trump said that while he believes Russian Federation did meddle, "China meddled too", and China is "a bigger problem". "But General Mattis is a good guy". He added: "I have a good energy with him". I mean - I'm not a baby. "Everybody. People leave. That's Washington".

In one episode, Woodward reported, Mattis described Trump as having the understanding of "a fifth- or sixth-grader" after a National Security Council meeting.

Speculation has risen about Mattis's future as defense chief since a book by journalist Bob Woodward about Trump's White House said the general had questioned Trump's judgment, likening his understanding to that of a 10- or 11-year-old child.



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