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Stahl asked Trump if he still thinks climate change is a hoax. "But I think China meddled too".

Stahl: I'm- I'm gonna change the subject again. I think there is probably a difference. The other thing I've really learned is I never knew how dishonest the media was.

Then he called out the "very big political agenda" of scientists who believe in man-made climate change.

Asked about Jamal Khashoggi, Trump said that if the attack was found to be a state-sponsored murder, there would be "severe punishment" for those involved, saying there is "something really awful and disgusting" about murdering a reporter - a view Trump himself said people might be surprised to hear from him.

For Trump, the issue seems to be more about money and politics. Why should I pledge to you? I do not want to lose millions and millions of jobs'. "I don't want to be put at a disadvantage". "There are other ways of punishing".

"Can you answer yes or no", Stahl asked for the third time about reinstituting the executive order. Trump says he remains skeptical about human impact on climate shift, however, which led to a back and forth about things like the impact of global warming and whether his administration intends to do anything about it.

He went on to contradict his previous outrageous claims, saying that 'I do not think it is a hoax.

I will be interviewed on "60 Minutes" tonight at 7:00 P.M., after National Football League game. In another episode, after Trump said he wanted to have Syrian President Bashar Assad assassinated, Mattis reportedly agreed but later told an aide, "We're not going to do any of that".

Asked what his biggest regret has been as president, he first said that the media "treats me terribly". At a rally in October, Trump said that he and Kim "fell in love" over some "beautiful" and "great" letters the North Korean leader had sent to the White House.

Trump said he suspects his defense secretary, General Jim Mattis, might be a Democrat and "could be" heading for the exit.

"I think he's sort of a Democrat, if you want to know the truth", Trump said. But I will tell you, I have no intention of doing that. We get along very well. I really mean it.

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He said the political people in Washington have changed his thinking. "It was a very tough meeting and it was a very good meeting", Trump said.

When Stahl moved to the topic of North Korea, Trump began with the lie that President Obama had the US on the verge of war with Kim.

In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday night, Trump said he doesn't want to put the USA at a disadvantage in responding to climate change. "I want them to open their markets like our markets are open", Trump said in the interview that aired Sunday, while adding that more tariffs "might" be in the mix.

"There have to be consequences. for coming into our country illegally", he said, arguing that "part of the reason, I have to blame myself, the economy is so strong that everybody wants to come into the United States".

Stahl rephrased the question asking, "Have you made any mistakes?"

Finally, the president revealed his capacity for self-reflection and humility when Stahl asked him if there was anything he wished he hadn't said or done in his nearly two years in office.

Trump, who is scheduled on Monday to visit areas of Georgia and Florida damaged by Hurricane Michael, also expressed doubt over scientists' findings linking the changing climate to more powerful hurricanes.

"Lesley, it's okay. In the meantime, I'm president-and you're not."
"Now I say they're babies". They got worse instead of better.

Pressed again, he added: "You can't say yes or no".

Pressed about Russian interference in the United States elections, Trump said, "They- they meddled".

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