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Trump's interview with Lesley Stahl was very revealing, especially the portion related to Brett Kavanaugh:
But Trump argued he wasn't really mocking her.
'I didn't really make fun of her,' he said.
'Well, they were laughing,' Stahl said of the crowd at the rally.
'What I said the person that we're talking about didn't know the year, the time, the place,' Trump said.
'Do you think you treated her with respect?,' Stahl asked.
'I think so, yeah. I did,' he said.
Stahl pressed the president: 'But you seem to be saying that she lied.'
'You know what? I'm not gonna get into it because we won. It doesn't matter. We won,' the president said.
Kavanaugh denied the allegations and Trump mocked Ford's testimony on her accusation before the Senate Judiciary Committee in what he called his 'famous Mississippi speech.'
'Had I not made that speech, we would not have won,' the president told '60 Minutes.' 'I was just saying she didn't seem to know anything.'
His comments about Russia were also a little, shall we say, astonishing:
'Do you really think I'd call Russia to help me with an election? Give me a break. They wouldn't be able to help me at all. Call Russia. It's so ridiculous,' the president said.
He also conceded, when asked, that Putin is 'probably' involved in political assassinations.
'Probably he is, yeah. Probably,' Trump said.
British officials claim Russian militants were dispatched to the United Kingdom to kill Sergei Skripal, a former Russian spy who had given information to British intelligence, charges Moscow has denied.