Donald Trump Talks Healthcare, Immigration & More on “60 Minutes”
President-elect Donald Trump sat down with 60 Minutes for his first post-election interview on Sunday (Nov. 13), making some shocking revelations about his campaign and upcoming presidency.
Trump's campaign is arguably one of the most controversial in recent history, while he acknowledged pride in his victory, he admitted he regrets some of the statements made against his opponent Hillary Clinton.
During his campaign, he made a number of controversial promises, such as building a wall and banning Muslims. Despite what his supporters believe, the President-elect claims (in his 60 Minutes interview) that they, were not to be taken literally, but rather as "talking points."
Since being elected, Trump has already backed out completely or dialed down some of his plans. He's since decided against banning Muslims from entering the country, and will not completely "repeal and replace" Obamacare. He revealed that he will keep some elements of Obama's affordable healthcare plan, but make it even better and cheaper.
As for deporting illegal aliens, he's still promises to deport and jail millions of immigrants who are living in the country illegally, specifically the criminals. "We’re getting them out of our country. They're here illegally," he stated.
You can watch the entire interview here.