He lies about nearly everything. They find a couple of other things to put in. He brought up Hillary Clinton, he defended his mockery of Christine Blasey Ford, and he insisted, twice, that he's "not a baby". How did he come off in the language of visual performance? She was well prepared.
But in TV terms, it's advantage Trump - at least, with his base.
"I have some people that I'm not thrilled with", Trump said.
Stahl asked Trump if he would pledge not to shut down Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
Asked last month about reports he may be leaving, Mattis said: "I wouldn't take it seriously at all". If I pledge, I'll pledge.
The answer was colloquial NY in attitude and totally defiant toward the press.
"I'm president, and you're not". 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. "Next thing you know, you've got a story", he said.
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The interview followed an ABC News exclusive with first lady Melania Trump, in which she said she has warned her husband that he can not trust some of the key people around him.
When the interview turned to the separation of migrant children from their parents, Trump said it was Obama law and Stahl fired back saying that that may be the case, but Obama didn't enforce it - but Trump did.
Trump has to find new media platforms on which to sell his endorsement of Republican candidates as well as his own accomplishments, which is why he went to the biggest news show on television Sunday. I don't trust everybody in the White House, I'll be honest with you.
In addition, the Woodward book said that Mattis ignored Trump's demand to plan an assassination attempt against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in April 2017, after Syria launched chemical attacks in the Damascus suburbs.
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Stelter raised the question of whether more access to the president is a good thing given all the misinformation and lies he pumps into the media ecosystem during TV interviews.
While Trump has a "very good relationship" with his defense chief, the president said "it could be" that Mattis will depart the administration, although the general hasn't told him so. In fact, his very self-concept seems wedded to the Nielsen numbers. That the President's vanishingly rare appearance on a nonpartisan news program had resulted in a spectacle in which randomly assorted questions were bulldozed by a man eager to speak, and in which the interviewer generally left the viewers to decide what those answers meant without the benefit of meaningful follow-up, made the point clear.
Trump responded that while he won't pledge anything, he has "no intention of doing that".