I wouldn't say I'm a feminist, says Donald Trump

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The "Good Morning Britain" host received some backlash for his interview with Trump, as some people felt he went too soft on USA president.

"I have something for you".

Does anyone on the planet really doubt that Donald Trump would negotiate this harder than Theresa May and her government?

Trump did say he supports gender equality and workplace protections against harassment, before moving onto his favourite topic: immigration.

However, the full interview also saw Trump confirm that he would be visiting the United Kingdom twice this year, including a full state visit in October, although admitting that he had not received an invite to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in May.

"I am for them [women] and I think a lot of them understand that".

Defending his record on women, Trump made an unexpected link between women's issues and his belief in a strong military. "But if I'm very busy during the day I'll sometimes just dictate out something really quickly and I'll give it to one of my people to put it on".

"I think I would do even better right now".

"If you are telling me they're horrible people, horrible, racist people, I would certainly apologise if you'd like me to do that", he said.

In Sunday's interview, Trump also hinted his administration might not withdraw from the Paris climate accord if terms more favorable to the United States are reached, in part because he likes French President Emmanuel Macron.

USA president Donald Trump insisted he is "extremely popular" in the United Kingdom and receives fan mail from British people "all the time". "I am busy", he told Morgan.

"I think I eat actually quite well", he said.

Data released in December by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found that the portion of the Arctic Ocean that freezes each year hit a record low in 2017, and is shrinking more rapidly than at any point in the last 1,500 years.

On Monday morning, Morgan talked about interviewing Trump on the ITV program and said that Trump is all about "selling big" and said the challenge when interviewing Trump is trying to "cut through that kind of stuff".

Trump, however, said he would have taken a tougher approach to Brexit negotiations than May.