'I Want to Be Myself. It Got Me Here': Trump Sits Down With Baier
Donald Trump sat down with Bret Baeir on Special Report for a wide-ranging interview ahead of next week's Republican National Convention.
The presumptive GOP nominee said he'd rather his campaign focus on "policy" rather than "Crooked Hillary," but the Democrats have spent "close to $100 million" on negative ads against him.
He said that Hillary Clinton's "greatest accomplishment will be getting out of her e-mail scandal."
"How she was able to get away from the lies, the deceit, the destruction of 33,000 emails, to me that's her greatest accomplishment."
He predicted that the DOJ's investigation into the Cllnton Foundation would go similarly, with no indictment for the former secretary of state, even though it shouldn't.
Trump also reacted with surprise to a New York Times editorial titled "Donald Trump Is Right About Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg."
"No way they wrote that!" he said. "I don't believe that. This is a major event. I think this is the biggest news of the week."
Trump said Ginsburg -- who recently has come out sharply against the Republican -- is a "disgrace to the Supreme Court," saying "there's almost something wrong with her."
"So are you questioning her mental capacity?" Baier asked.
"Yeah, I think I am," Trump replied.
He dismissed speculation that there might be a change in his temperament.
"I want to be myself. It got me here," he said.
Trump also said he's "probably" down to two possible VP choices just days before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
"I'm narrowing it down. I mean, I'm at three potentially four. But in my own mind, I probably am thinking about two," he said.
Trump's VP shortlist has reportedly been narrowed down to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
He added that he's "not looking for an attack dog."
The interview continued with Trump talking about next week's convention and his relationship to the GOP and its platform.
Watch the full interview above. And watch Baier this Saturday in the Fox News Reporting special, Takeover - The Trump Convention!