Megyn Kelly to Trump: Do You Regret Anything You've Said in This Campaign?
Donald Trump sat down with Megyn Kelly tonight for a long-awaited interview on the FOX Broadcast Network special, “Megyn Kelly Presents.”
In the wide-ranging sit-down, the two discussed the attacks by Trump on Kelly and others, the tone of Trump’s campaign, his controversial tweets and much more.
Kelly asked the presumptive GOP nominee whether he's made any mistakes over the course of the campaign, bringing up the Heidi Cruz re-tweet as one example.
Trump said he never actually called the Heidi Cruz re-tweet a "mistake," but admitted, "I wish I didn't do it."
"The thing that gets me in trouble is re-tweets. The re-tweet is really more of a killer. The tweets, I seem to do pretty well with," he said.
Kelly asked Trump whether he regrets his comment about Sen. John McCain being captured as a P.O.W and his remark about Carly Fiorina's face.
"Yeah, I guess so," Trump responded, adding that he doesn't like to look back and "wish" he hadn't done something.
"In a certain way, I don’t even think that’s healthy."
Kelly asked Trump whether he had ever been bullied and about whether it's appropriate for a presidential candidate to engage in "name-calling."
Trump said he was never bullied, but that his remarks toward others were examples of him being a "counter-puncher."
"In just about all cases, I have been responding to what they did to me. So it’s not a one-way street," he said.
Watch the full interview, here.