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FOX AND FRIENDS Ainsley Earhardt

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01/18/2017

FOX AND FRIENDS

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BY FOX INSIDER

Ainsley Earhardt had a must-see sit-down with President-elect Donald Trump, Wednesday on "Fox & Friends." When Earhardt asked what's the first thing Trump wants to do upon entering the White House, he kept it simple: "I wanna go to work." On his use of Twitter, Trump said it's his only way to counteract what he called the "dishonest press." The President-elect said. "I don't like tweeting. I have other things I could be doing," Trump said. "But I get very dishonest media." He also stood by his campaign promise that he would build a wall to halt illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border. "We're going to build a wall; Mexico is going to reimburse us. ... In order to get the wall started sooner than we can do the deal, we have to do it this way," Trump said. Trump then discussed his plans to enact a new affordable health care system to replace Obamacare. "Nobody is going to be dying on the streets with a President Trump. We want to take care of everybody," he said.

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THE TIMES UK Exclusive

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01/16/2017

Donald Trump: I’ll do a deal with Britain

BY THE TIMES UK

Donald Trump will offer Britain a quick and fair trade deal with America within weeks of taking office to help make Brexit a “great thing”. Speaking to The Times in his first UK interview as president-elect, he revealed that he was inviting Theresa May to visit him “right after” he gets into the White House and wants a trade agreement between the two countries secured very quickly. Mr Trump also predicted that other countries would follow Britain’s lead in leaving the European Union, claiming it had been deeply damaged by the migration crisis.

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Fox Chris Wallace

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12/11/2016

Fox Chris Wallace

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BY FOX

President-elect Donald Trump will sit down down exclusively with “Fox News Sunday” in his first Sunday show interview since winning the election. Host Chris Wallace will travel this weekend to New York City to speak with Trump about the transition, and then go on the road with the president-elect as the conversation continues on "Trump Force One." The interview comes as Trump rolls out his Cabinet and White House picks, in preparation for taking the oath of office next month.

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ARMY NAVY GAMES

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12/10/2016

ARMY NAVY GAMES

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BY BREITBART

President-elect Donald Trump was welcomed at Saturday’s 117th matchup between the Navy Midshipmen and the Army Black Knights with the tune of cheers. At the end of halftime, Trump went up to the booth to conduct an interview with CBS’s Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson with chants of “USA!” from the crowd before the interview began. When the president-elect showed up on the stadium jumbotron, the stadium erupted with cheers. “That is some scene. The cadets and the midshipmen are both reacting on the scoreboard,” Lundquist said. “I love the armed forces, love the folks. The spirit is so incredible,” Trump told Lundquist and Danielson at the beginning of the interview.

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NBC TODAY Show

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12/07/2016

NBC TODAY Show

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BY TODAY

President-elect Donald Trump, the real estate businessman and political novice whose election campaign made the entire world take notice, has been selected as TIME’s 2016 Person of the Year. "To be on the cover of Time as Person of the Year is a tremendous honor," Trump told Matt Lauer in an interview after the reveal. "When you say 'divided states of America,' I didn’t divide them," Trump said. "They’re divided now, there’s a lot of division. And we’re going to put it back together."

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FOX Sean Hannity

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12/01/2016

FOX Sean Hannity

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BY FOX INSIDER

President-elect Donald Trump sat down with Sean Hannity in Cincinnati, Ohio, for his first Fox News interview since the election. Hannity pointed out that many people have had a hard time coming to terms with his victory, with "safe spaces" on college campuses and protests popping up across the country. "Anything you'd like to say to them to reassure their sensitive feelings that it'll be OK?" Hannity asked. "I think they're going to be very happy," Trump said. "I think we're going to have a very safe country, a very prosperous country." He said that young people should know that he's going to create good-paying jobs for all Americans, including their parents. "Although most of their parents voted for me, so I think they don't have the problem," Trump remarked. "We're going to have a very prosperous and a very safe country, and I hope they realize that very soon."

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The New York Times EXCLUSIVE

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11/22/2016

New York Times

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BY THE NEW YORK TIMES

President-elect Donald J. Trump on Tuesday tempered some of his most extreme campaign promises, dropping his vow to jail Hillary Clinton, expressing doubt about the value of torturing terrorism suspects and pledging to have an open mind about climate change. He said he had no legal obligation to establish boundaries between his business empire and his White House, conceding that the Trump brand “is certainly a hotter brand than it was before.” Still, he said he would try to figure out a way to isulate himself from his businesses, which would be run by his children. He defended Stephen K. Bannon, his chief strategist, against charges of racism, calling him a “decent guy.” And he mocked Republicans who had failed to support him in his unorthodox presidential campaign. The interview demonstrated the volatility in Mr. Trump’s positions. He said he had no interest in pressing for Mrs. Clinton’s prosecution over her use of a private email server or for financial acts committed by the Clinton Foundation. “I don’t want to hurt the Clintons, I really don’t,” Mr. Trump said he hoped to develop a “great long-term relationship” with President Obama, with whom he said he had an unexpected repport. “I really liked him a lot, and I am a little bit surprised that I am telling you that I really liked him a lot,” he said.

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TMZ's OBJECTified

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11/18/2016

FOX OBJECTified

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BY FOX INSIDER

In OBJECTified: Donald Trump, TMZ's Harvey Levin explores keepsakes in the billionaire's Trump Tower suite to reveal new details about the soon-to-be 45th President. Mr. Trump tells the story behind photos, letters, trophies and other cherished mementos acquired throughout his life. Levin said on "Fox & Friends" that there were many things that he learned about Trump in the interview that left him "stunned." The exclusive interview, which took place in September, traces Trump's life from a 3-year-old boy living in Queens, to a family tragedy that still resonates with him, to an unfulfilled dream of becoming a Hollywood movie mogul. Plus, he'll look back on the advice from a former President that planted the seeds for his successful 2016 campaign. "When you see [Trump] on stage or at a news conference, he projects a certain image. This is completely different. He is vulnerable. He talks about failures, he talks about successes, he talks about his fears," Levin explained.

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CBS 60 Minutes with Lesley Stahl

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11/13/2016

CBS Lesley Stahl

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BY CBS

During what seemed an interminable campaign, a divided country found all kinds of ways to describe Donald Trump: visionary businessman, vulgar self-promoter, political neophyte. But after Tuesday, for all Americans, there’s only one description that counts: president-elect. Since the election, demonstrations against him have broken out in over a dozen cities across the country.  And people on both sides are on edge. What we discovered in Mr. Trump’s first television interview as president-elect, was that some of his signature issues at the heart of his campaign were not meant to be taken literally, but as opening bids for negotiation. You will also hear from his family about whether they’ll play roles in a Trump presidency. But we begin with President-elect Trump, whom we interviewed Friday in his penthouse home in the Trump Tower.

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WDBO Joe Kelley

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11/09/2016

WDBO Joe Kelley

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BY WDBO

On this morning after the US presidential election, the ultimate 'get' would be the president-elect - Donald Trump. Over the course of the campaign, we came into possession of Mr. Trump's cell phone number. Frankly, we assumed the phone was a 'burner' - a disposable phone that he could toss away in the event of too many people having the number.  Never in a million years did I think a president-elect would answer his own 'burner' cell phone.  Like so many others who've attempted to predict the behavior of Donald J. Trump, I was wrong.  He answered the phone. And agreed to talk to me on the air. 

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