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President Donald Trump Tweetstorm - The Sunday Edition

GettyImages-1062399564 Trump Grades Himself: 'A+ ... Can I Go Higher Than That?'
Melinda Barton | 20 November, 2018, 00:25

President Donald Trump said in an interview aired Sunday that he was busy with phone calls and "affairs of state", but probably made a mistake in skipping the solemn wreath-laying ceremony on Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery.

President Trump did admit he does second-guess himself "all the time", but a robust debate in the White House helps, he said.

"I don't think about, you know, how I make them".

Wallace is also wary of "anti-Trump hysteria": "While there are things that are going on now that disturb me, I do think there is some anti-Trump hysteria that exaggerates what's going on as well".

Fox News joined other media outlets in filing briefs in support of CNN's lawsuit demanding the return of correspondent Jim Acosta's White House credentials, which were revoked after a heated exchange with the president.

"And I probably, you know, in retrospect, I should have" gone to Arlington last Monday, Trump said.

In an interview that aired Sunday, Trump told "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace he had arrived back in Washington the night of November 10 from a trip to France for meetings with world leaders marking the centennial of the armistice that ended World War I on November 11, 1918.

The host asked Trump which decisions he'd found most challenging. We're doing really well.

"Even though there was talk that they putting up new sites?"

Trump said, as he as before, that he was referring specifically to news that is "fake" and not the media in general.

During his interview, Trump told the Fox news that his supported candidates won in the mid-term elections against the candidates for whom Obama had campaigned for.

"And it was all stacked against Brian (Kemp), and I was the one that went for Brian, and Brian won", he said, adding that and same with Florida. The former chief of staff said the president likes to pit officials with rival views against each other. You have people like Wilbur Ross. and Gary Cohn. He has said the Secret Service ruled out the trip, and reiterated the point in the interview with Wallace.