Published: Mon, January 29, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

I would be 'tougher' in Brexit talks than UK's May

I would be 'tougher' in Brexit talks than UK's May

"I know nothing about them, I don't want to be involved with people (like that)", Trump told Morgan.

"I'm for women, I'm for men, I'm for everyone", the president said.

As excerpts from the interview - particularly the president's take on feminism - began making the rounds online, Morgan took to Twitter Sunday morning, writing, "Massive global outrage & mockery over President Trump telling me he's not a feminist.

When you do those retweets they can cause problems because you never know who's doing it to start off with", the president told Morgan.

Morgan interviewed Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week.

While Trump has given very little reason to suspect he has any hidden sympathies for the feminist movement, Morgan chose this particular revelation to promote his interview on Twitter with a flashy caption: "BREAKING NEWS".

"If you're telling me that these are horrible people - horrible, racist people - I would certainly apologise if you'd like me to do that", Trump answered.

But President Trump is allowed to sidestep the issue, saying only "Well, I think we have to evolve". And I think you know that very well because you know me because you've spent a long period of time with me.

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He is the right profile with the right attributes. "I have been waiting for an opportunity to take my chance and this was it". Kelechi Iheanacho then added two goals to put Leicester 3-0 to the good with 29 minutes on the clock.

The business tycoon may have to become more familiar with football over the next few months, however, as North America prepares to bid to stage the 2026 World Cup.

"Do these tweets make it more hard for you to get stuff done here in Congress?"

President Trump won't call himself a feminist - but only because he wants everyone to do well.

"I don't say anything", he said.

He also repeated previous statements that he could "go back" into the Paris Agreement, but said he would only make such a decision if he could get "a good deal" for the US. Also, he has tremendous respect for you.

He added: "I know the British people and understand them".

Trump went on to defend that he had no knowledge of Britain First, a fringe group that claims they are protesting against the supposed "Islamization" of the United Kingdom. "And the Prime Minister and myself have had a really great relationship, although some people don't necessary believe that, but I can tell you it's true". "Again, his state visit was justified because Britain needs strong trading relations with India, which is expected soon to overtake United Kingdom and France to become the world's fifth-largest economy".

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