President Trump Interview With Bret Baier…

President Trump gave an interview to Fox News Bret Baier aboard Air Force-1 just prior to departing Singapore.  The interview aired on Fox earlier tonight:

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87 Responses to President Trump Interview With Bret Baier…

  1. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “The interview aired on Fox earlier tonight:”

    Thanks, because I don’t watch that show.

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  2. New Nonna Again!!! says:

    Going to watch the clip but first had to say:

    Lord God, please give Your servant, Donald Trump, a complete and recuperative rest of much needed sleep on the way back to America. 🙏🙏🦁🙏🙏

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  3. Pam says:

    I knew this interview was happening and sort of forgot about it so thanks for posting it Sundance. It’s amazing that a man missing 26+ of sleep could be so sharp and alert like this. Most his age wouldn’t have this kind of stamina for this job. POTUS knows this and that’s why he went on the attack at the debates. 😉

    We all know this situation with North Korea is a wait and see game but it was so exciting to see history being made this week. No wonder the dems are losing their minds over this.

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    • Pam says:

      hours of sleep that is

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Knew what you meant Pam. Could not agree with you more and posted this a few min ago on SD’s Katie victory article:

        Ditch Mitch says:
        June 14, 2018 at 12:16 am

        F&F reports on PDJT’s overnight and early morning statements/tweets. They showed PDJT’s tweets on AF1, in his motorcade.

        Tonight I saw an interview he did on AF1 on the way home.

        I thought it was funny that at the end of PDJT’s press conference in Singapore PDJT commented that he could now relax for a little while on the flight home then it was back to work. I wonder how long a little while is.

        To add to my post, I saw all kinds of excuses as to why Bozo could not get a DPRK summit/signed commitment. Most had to do with how busy Bozo was.

        I wonder how many issues PDJT is working on at any one time.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the dems are losing their minds over this.”

      That is really scary, considering how little their minds are to start with. If they shook their head like a dog when it emerges from water, they risk losing it out of their ear.

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    • sickconservative says:

      My wife and I joke about how sleep is overrated, PDJT brings that to a new level.

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    • 5023@sat! says:

      The interview helped me to identify “fake news” and I thank BB for asking the right questions and President Trump for his side of the story.
      This meeting was no time to tell Kim that he would get back to him after cconfering with “congress”. LOL. The media is wild that Trump acts with the best interest of the USA and others and not some Muslim influenced m motive.

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  4. filia.aurea says:

    Leaving Singapore after historic meeting, yet Baier’s focus was on G7 and Russia, Russia Russia, Crimea, Ukraine. That’s where i hit the stop button.
    Hope your flight was restful, POTUS.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I thought it was a decent and balanced interview over all. Baier got a bit snarky over the civil rights abuses but it didn’t fase the President a bit.

      The Russia and G7 thing is predictable since they are both so close in time to this summit.

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      • scott467 says:

        Never forget that Baier was part of the anti-Trump take-down team at the very first debate.

        I was really looking forward to that debate. For the FIRST TIME, somebody other than ABC / NBC / CNN / Leftist hate-America media was going to run the debate, and was thinking THIS is our chance to show America how a professional straight-up debate is done.

        And then it began.

        The very first question out of the box was designed to isolate DJT and cut his legs out from under him, and it only got worse from there, scraping rock bottom with that witch (she whose name shall not be spoken) thinking she was going in for a kill shot against DJT.

        A complete and utter disgrace. Fraud News showed itself to be even WORSE than CNN that day.

        And Bretty Baier was the team leader.

        Never-Trump traitor CoC-chugging globalist corporate scum, all of them.

        And yes, his snark did not go unnoticed.

        He should join his media comrades on the C130 to Gitmo.

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Uniparty talking points. Human rights. Just ask Jimmy A when he asked about Otto during the signing ceremony. BTW, PDJT gave a beautiful answer about Otto.

        Anyway back to pretty boy Brett and the G7, G6+1, G5+2 maybe even G8. The Gwhatever is irrelevant and they know it. Pretty boy was just spouting Uniparty talking points which try to make the Gwhatever relevant and embarrass PDJT.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        There is nothing decent about Baier. Think back to the beginning of Presidential contenders debating in 2016. Remember the presstitute trio from Fox, whose job it was to crush Trump right out of the gate – Wallace, Megan, and Baier.

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    • brh82 says:

      Cuomo was interviewing Dennis Rodman and focused on Human Rights violations and did Dennis realize he was friends with a despot (and several other nasty names). The left digs in their heels and we just can’t let that take us down.

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    • Nicco says:

      Baier is a weasel.He needs to go elsewhere and take wallace and shep smith with him.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        Yes, he sure is – everyone at Fox has a streak of weasel in them. But Baier, Walllace and many others are full-blown dirty rats.

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  5. billrla says:

    Please stop quoting the MSM and linking to MSM video. It’s the MSM, remember?

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  6. jahealy says:

    Just can’t watch Bret Un-Baier-able. Will pop back in to check out what y’all thought of the interview.

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  7. That was a much better interview than Hannity’s

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Sigh. Probably not a surprise. Baier is a good newsman. I used to like him a lot. Until after Donald Trump became the Republican nominee.

      And then I watched in horror as people whose thoughts and opinions I waited breathlessly for one by one revealed themselves to be the worst kind of Trump haters. Stephen Hayward, Jonah Goldberg, Charles Krauthammer, and Bret himself.

      I finally had to accept they would seriously rather see The Hag as President and I eventually decided they were no longer welcome in my home.

      I haven’t watched the video yet, but I will a bit later. But Bret Baier is a much better interviewer than Sean Hannity will ever be. Sean, bless his heart, is a radio talk show host who morphed into a TV personality. Not to be confused with a reporter. It requires a different skill set, really.

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        Trump exposed a lot of conservatives as fake. To this day I don’t understand how they could advocate so loudly that Trump needed to lose in Nov 2016 when Hillary was the alternative. It revealed that their conservatism was just a hobby, not a belief.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          He sure did. I just could not process how anyone would think that The Hag would be a better President than Donald Trump. I wasn’t wild about him (then) but he was so obviously far, far, far superior to The Hag I was dumbfounded that people I though of as intelligent couldn’t see that.

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      • Anon says:

        I agree. But for me, it happened when they pushed Romney over blue-collar conservative Rick Santorum when they were tied during the 2012 primaries. Drudge did the same, and I still haven’t forgiven him (or recommended him) since.

        FNC was the DC/NY axis from 2003-2017.

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      • Oldschool says:

        agree with you 100% sylvia.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “And then I watched in horror as people whose thoughts and opinions I waited breathlessly for one by one revealed themselves to be the worst kind of Trump haters.”

        I had the same experience, as I am sure millions of others have. Other people that I never cared for, but could not nail down a particular reason why – such as Eric Erickson – revealed themselves when DJT appeared on the political scene to do what the Lord Jesus Christ did to the moneychangers in the Temple.

        Mark 11:15 And they come to Jerusalem: and Jesus went into the temple, and began to cast out them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves;
        16 And would not suffer that any man should carry any vessel through the temple.
        17 And he taught, saying unto them, Is it not written, My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer? but ye have made it a den of thieves.
        18 And the scribes and chief priests heard it, and sought how they might destroy him: for they feared him, because all the people was astonished at his doctrine.

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        • Anon says:

          I still remember Erickson in 2011 blaming the poor and unemployed in the Midwest for the devastation caused by NAFTA, etc. He started the “We are the 53%” campaign to defend Romney, saying “I have three jobs, you can’t find one?” (fact check, all three of those jobs are running his stupid mouth).

          Now he’s earning a PhD in theology, and publishing a book about being a good person. The guy is a living breathing joke of a human being.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Eric Erickson. Interesting you should say that. I had the same experience. Thought it was just me.

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      • TimesUp says:

        I have very simple litmus test that I apply to judge people that I learned from my Jesuit-based education. I scrutinize people’s actions and words over time to discern whether they are genuinely a “man (or a woman) for others”, or if they instead appear to be self absorbed and preoccupied with what themselves and their own self interests. Does President Trump come across genuinely as someone who is more concerned about the welfare of other people, or himself? How about Barack Obama? Hillary Clinton? Jim Comey? Mike Pompeo? Sebastian Gorka? Elizabeth Warren? Bret Baier? Jeff Sessions? Mitch McConnell? Nancy Pelosi? Marco Rubio? Andrew McCabe? Paul Ryan? Brennan? Clapper? Susan Rice? George Stephanopoulos? Sean Hannity?

        I think if we compared notes for 100 public figures we would have the identical list of people categorized either an men/women for others or men/women looking out for themselves.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          Wow, PDJT is sure an example of someone who is a “man for others.” He is such a “what you see is what you get” kind of a person and he obviously has a heart for others. Not at all what I thought he was.

          I could have been a Never Trumper, maybe. Except I kept observing him throughout the campaign process and seeing aspects of him that I didn’t know were there. Finally I had to ask myself if I was REALLY going to reject him simply because I didn’t like his “style?”

          Thinking on that, I realized that was pretty stupid. And of course, if someone really gives the guy a chance I don’t know how they couldn’t just adore him.

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        • Dekester says:

          Times Up. Maybe, but we’re you not the individual extolling the virtues of Brian Mulroney?

          Many of we Canadians view him and his treachery much differently. Like his “ fake” Quebec Tories.

          “ believe nothing you hear, and only half of what you see” has worked well for me for along time now. Especially with Politicians.

          T.U. If you are back in Ontario congratulations on having Ford at the helm. He now is starting to look like a mini PDJT, dark suit and all. Too bad he cannot be as ruthless with the CBC, CTV and the rest of the pond scum.

          God bless PDJT

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      • Striker Dad says:

        That was Neil Cavuto for me. I had no idea he was such a globalist until Trump came along and outed him with his campaign platform.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          You know, I never watched Cavuto much but I liked him well enough. But yeah, he’s another one that became completely unwatchable.

          As I write this, I am starting to wonder. All this time I thought it was Donald Trump who was like kryptonite to these people. If they were exposed even slightly to Donald Trump their masks dropped and we could see what was underneath.

          But maybe it was OUR exposure to Donald Trump that gave us a super power like Xray vision and suddenly we see who and what they were all along.

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  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I watched this earlier tonight and Baier was his usual snarky self trying to catch Trump in something. His prelude up to the interview was very snarky too.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Figures. I’m still so disappointed in Bret Baier I could weep. I thought he was smarter than that. But if I had to guess he is an elitist at heart and thinks he is just ever so much smarter than President Trump. But I doubt he has as high an IQ and I doubt he can match a degree from Wharton.

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      • texastrumper says:

        Sylvia, I absolutely agree with you on this. I always love your comments. You are adorable. What amazes me with Bret is that his mentor was Brit Hume who I feel like has come around for our President and Bret still remains snarky. It breaks my heart how people cannot see what we see. Keep me away from your shovel.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          TT, I know just what you mean! Brit broke my heart because he was so against PDJT and it just rubbed me raw. And yet he has clearly reevaluated and come around for the most part, I believe. You’d think Bret would, too.

          Thanks for your kind words! Don’t worry, I save the shovel action for people like Adam Schiff and Maxine Waters. 🙂

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Sylvia, Brett Baier is owned, totally, by Murdoch.

        I suspect it has something to do with Brett’s son, who was born in 2007 with severe heart defects.
        His son required lots of expensive operations, hospital visits, etc…probably home care as well.

        http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/05/29/fox-news-bret-baier-details-sons-battle-with-heart-disease-in-new-book.html

        All that required lots of money, because Insurance only goes so far.
        It also probably involved taking time off from work…at a time when his career was still just getting started.

        Murdoch is an open-borders globalist.
        The animosity towards PTrump starts there…then manifests in being Anti-Trump in all things.

        While I sympathize with Brett Baier over his son’s health problems…I resent his dishonest snarkiness towards our President.
        He’s been unwatchable now for nearly 3 years.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I knew about Brett’s son and you are probably right about that underpinning his obligation to tug his forelock towards Murdoch.

          I hate that catty tone and attitude towards PDJT. It just smacks of elitism to me, which makes me feel like all the time I spent watching him he was secretly seeing himself as far above someone like me. Spit.

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      • Dekester says:

        S.A. It is good to remember that he is very friendly with Michael Bloomberg, in fact the golfed together at this years Pebble Beach Pro AM golf tourney.

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  9. texastrumper says:

    All I can say is that I absolutely love MY PRESIDENT! Between Brett Baier and Chrissy Wallace and a few more on Fox News I hardly watch them anymore. I have been hearing that if you voted for President Trump that you are a cult member. I volunteered about three years ago now! I should be like some kind of lead man at this point! Screw the main stream media. They are my enemy.

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  10. MfM says:

    Trump did a good job. Didn’t let BB twist him up.

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  11. Trump good. Fox bad. MAGA

    (Sorry – I should have said PRESIDENT Trump.)

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  12. Gmandet17 says:

    The pres is ready to make another MAGA deal. What do they say at the barber shop? Next!

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  13. Tonawanda says:

    Just MHO: the video was NOT produced for Kim. Kim was already on board. Showing Kim the video was not intended to influence Kim. Kim was already there. The video was superfluous for Kim, but an exact metaphorical replication of the decision Kim made long ago.

    The video was intended for public consumption, to explain what Kim had decided to do. And to explain it inspirationally (with the dire alternative in the background).

    The video also had more than one meaning. On the surface, it seemed to be talking about Kim. Deeper, it was talking about Trump, who made his “decision” long ago. The video was actually about WHERE Trump will lead.

    BUT lead only if the VIEWERS (many millions of them) agree to decide to go there.

    Utterly brilliant psychological messaging, within the metaphor of successful negotiation, which is always “win/win”.

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  14. Gmandet17 says:

    Those eyes, penetrating.

    Mr. President is ready to make another deal. What’s the saying at the barber shop? Next!

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  15. Coldeadhands says:

    As per Bret Unbearable, “Summit choreographed down to a specific pitch for movie loving pop culture obsessed Kin Jong Il” see how that works? Not the nuclear missile launching world threat… Fox is vile.

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  16. Tom22ndState says:

    Ha ha, Baer’s puckered lips at 13:08-13:11 tells one all they need to know about how special Baer’s report is. Looks like he’s been run over by a train, the Trump Train that is.

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  17. PoCoNoMo says:

    @ 9:32 the guys say asks President Trump, what do you say about treating “our historic friends as enemies, and our historic enemies as friends” – How about all the treachery towards Israel at the UN, and Trump having to face all kinds of crap when he set the embassy in Jerusalem – when several past presidents had promised to do that, but broke their promise – to the best friend we had in the Middle East. Sheeeeeesh, these ‘journalists’ have short, selective memories!

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  18. MIKE says:

    I don’t watch the interviewer anymore, I watch intently on PDJT ‘s responses. I think he absolutely bludgeoned Baier with his responses. I Did notice bb looked like he was going to pass out at one point. Pretty funny.

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  19. I was so focused on President Trump’s authenticity and good will in this interview, I completely missed the interviewer’s shortcomings. We are SO blessed by having DJT as POTUS. I thank God every day for this president!

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  20. I have followed DJT for over 20 years now. I have always been impressed that someone who sets out to be successful CAN BE successful and make a ton of money. In business, you don’t just take the profits and spend them on yourself. You get tax advantage if you reinvest the profits back into the business. Essentially, a smart business has 0 (zero) profit because the expenses of running the business equals the amount of what would have been the profit the business made for that time period. Those that know this also know that there is LOTS of creative accounting and that this is the art that makes a business successful.

    Imagine the tens of thousands of workers that Trump had under his responsibility for projects that spanned the globe… Good thing that he hired Managers and directors that supported his vision of perfection (finished early and under budget) to build an empire that few have ever approached!

    The most impressive thing to ME was the fact that ALL OF HIS KIDS can work with any construction crew anywhere on earth and operate a backhoe with the precision required of seasoned heavy equipment operators. [I owned a 60s Case 580D for nearly 15 years and was reluctant to do jobs for hire because I needed more experience to ensure I could do the job quickly and correctly] I will try to find pictures of Ivanka at the controls of a backhoe but, in the meantime, how many of YOU can operate a backhoe (without killing somebody or even yourself…) or even get it started!

    How many Presidents have a resume of successful PRIVATE SECTOR business ventures that have had global impact like those of Trump? How many Presidents have had ANY PRIVATE SECTOR experience at all?

    The book that will be written (after Trump’ second inaugration) will be “The Art Of The Campaign”. This will come after the “Prize” is bestowed on him for simply doing what he was elected to do. MAGA

    Bluto

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      So true, Bluto. Then there’s Obama who can’t get a ramshackle shrine to himself built in Chicago. I laugh at every news report of how the surrounding communities are organizing against his project. Trump makes building look easy.

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  21. trumpsbamagirl says:

    For an almost 72 year old man, running on no sleep for 26 hours, and with the world on his shoulders, our President looks AMAZING!

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  22. Pyrthroes says:

    Nothing this country’s fetid, oozing common-taters, lumpers, say has any public interest whatsoever. Combine a night-crawler’s perspective with the brains of a chicken, the sense of a gila monster, best leave well-enough alone.

    Who’s buried in Grant’s tomb, Comrade Baier? And by the way. who’s Grant?

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  23. Jane Smith says:

    Bret looks and sounds like he needs a nap.
    VSGPDT not so much…how does he have so much energy?

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  24. zephyrbreeze says:

    Yet, the Democrats adore Fidel Castro, the butcher. In fact, there’s never been a despot that progressives haven’t worshiped. Spare me their fake “concern” about human rights.

    People are fodder to progressives and either considered useful, like illegals and the homeless, or an obstruction that needs to be eliminated like minority fetuses.

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  25. zephyrbreeze says:

    It’s sobering to consider that Trump’s family came here from Germany. Had they not immigrated to America, Trump could have been ground up in the war, as a child, starved or bombed.

    Later his talents could have been used to benefit the communists. Instead we get his brains and braun for our benefit.

    Raise your hand if you feel like you’ve hired the most talented American advocate on the planet.

    I see lots of hands out there.

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  26. Trumpismine says:

    Or 2 here

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