Trump's first interview as president-elect of the United States will air Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes".
Trump continued, "After the border is secured and after everything gets normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that you're talking about [undocumented immigrants] - who are terrific people, they're terrific people - but we're going to make a determination at that".
But Ryan, who endured a rocky relationship with Trump throughout the mogul's rise to the presidency, appeared to contradict that very message, rejecting, during his own interview, any plans to deport any undocumented immigrants from the country. "Donald Trump is not planning on that", Ryan said on CNN's "State of the Union". We're having restrictions on foreign money coming in, we're going to put on term limits, which a lot of people aren't happy about, but we're putting on term limits. "We're focused on securing the border", he added. "We're not going to have, like, a two day period and we're not going to have - a two year period where there's nothing", he said.
Trump isn't putting his family's business in a blind trust - leaving it to his children instead - but does plan to turn down the salary typically paid to presidents.
In the interview, Trump also said he believed his reach over social media, where he has more than 28 million followers, helped him win his way to the White House.
When asked by CBS News if he was really going to build a wall at the Mexican border, he replied "yes", but said he would accept a fence "in certain areas". "For certain areas, I would".
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Mr. Trump added that the barrier to be erected on the US border with Mexico may not consist entirely of brick and mortar, but that fencing could be used in some areas.
"But we're getting them out of our country, they're here illegally", the 70-year-old business tycoon-turned politician said in an excerpt released ahead of broadcast of the interview.
Does Trump regret the harsh and often vitriolic tone of the campaign?
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani suggested that the decision to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton should come from an independent counsel.
At one point Trump even said "because you'd be in jail" in response to Clinton's comment.
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