ABC News interviewed Donald Trump for the first time since his presidential campaign ended in January, and he talked about his experiences in the newsroom and the election process.
The interview was conducted by ABC News’ Peter Jennings, who is the first African-American to interview Trump.
The two-hour interview, which also featured ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, was conducted in front of a live audience of more than 8 million viewers, according to the network.
During the interview, Trump was asked about his thoughts on the election results and what he would do as president.
He was also asked about the press and whether he would continue to push back against the media, particularly when it comes to coverage of the election.
The Republican nominee was also challenged about his recent feud with Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, who he called “very unhinged” during the interview.
Trump said that he would not have let the feud escalate into something like that.
“You’ve got to have an element of chaos.
You’ve got a lot of problems, a lot.
And you’ve got Megyn, you know, and she’s very unhinging,” he said.
“But I didn’t let it escalate to that level.”
“I think it’s good that you’ve seen me being more aggressive than usual, and you’ve been showing more toughness,” he added.
“Because you’ve done a great job, Megyn.
You’re very good.”
During the conversation, Trump said he would be very happy to take a job at the network, but that he has not had a chance to speak with the network about the position.ABC News anchor George R.R. Martin has a long history with Trump, having interviewed him as a contestant on the first season of The Apprentice.
He also interviewed Trump at the GOP National Convention in July 2016.