"I know that I grew up in an inner city and have spent a lot of time there", said Carson. "Look, I want to move forward, I don't want to move back", he explained.
"Alt-right" activists could be seen making Nazi salutes at a conference in Washington DC over the weekend, where a speaker enjoined them to "Hail Trump".
However, the editorial staff said that Trump and his advisers tried to change the meeting conditions because president-elect wanted the meeting to be off the record. Carson is expected to respond after the holiday. Considering the breadth of the president-elect's business interests, and how these otherwise private affairs have been affected by his presidential campaign, Trump isn't wrong to think his case unique.
His interview comments on a possible prosecution of his former foe Clinton stood in stark contrast to his incendiary rhetoric throughout the campaign, during which he accused her breaking laws with her email practices and angrily barked at her that "you'd be in jail" if he were president. Because Trump thinks they hurt ocean views, such as those from two golf courses he owns in Scotland.
Asked whether Mr. Trump will also encourage congressional Republican leaders not to investigate Clinton over her email practices - for which the Federal Bureau of Investigation has recommended no charges - Conway said Mr. Trump "doesn't wish to" pursue charges and that that is a "strong message" to other Republicans on the issue.
After a whirlwind week and a half of meetings in NY and New Jersey, Donald Trump still has a lot of big jobs to fill in his administration.
But some of his conservative supporters strongly disagreed.
Then: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make USA manufacturing non-competitive".
But speaking on Tuesday, Trump said "I'm looking at it very closely".
Trump, who takes office on January 20, also said he was thinking about climate change and American competitiveness and "how much it will cost our companies", he said, according to a tweet by a Times reporter in the interview.
Most modern presidents have taken steps to insulate themselves from conflicts with their business interests by placing their assets in blind trusts.
"Unless he takes appropriate action, Mr. Trump's many worldwide financial interests pose a great risk of violating the Constitution" once he takes office, Cardin said in the news release. But he defended his appointment of Bannon, whose links to the movement have drawn widespread criticism from Democrats. President-elect Donald Trump has argued that allying with Russian Federation and backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would be a quicker route to defeating ISIS and stabilizing the Middle East.
Then: "No paper is more corrupt than the failing New York Times".
President-elect Donald Trump changed his tune on several topics - among them climate change and prosecuting Hillary Clinton - in statements Tuesday to The New York Times and on Twitter.