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President Donald Trump told Piers Morgan that he isn't a feminist.

In extracts released to the Mail on Sunday, he went on: "I would have said that the European Union is not cracked up to what it's supposed to be".

Asked about opposition to his state visit by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Mr Trump is quick to say "I don't know the man".

The president also apologized for sharing anti-Muslim tweets posted by far-right British activists, telling Morgan he had no idea who the original poster was.

Morgan said Trump had been on a "charm offensive" toward Britain at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, where the president's arrival was "like Mick Jagger had arrived".

In the clip circulated today, Morgan pressed the President on his Twitter behaviour, with Trump at first claiming he is "a big believer in fighting radical Islamic terror".

"I think the real message is we want great prosperity and we want great peace", said Trump on the eve of his speech.

"You know, I won many categories of women and the women vote in the election, and people were shocked to see it", he added.

'I think they want to be safe at home, in many different respects'. Just in case you missed it, the key word there is "almost".

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President Donald Trump said on Friday that he was ready to apologize for retweeting anti-Muslim videos from an ultranationalist British group, and he reiterated his assertions that he is not a racist.

I don't say anything.

Morgan later asked Trump if he identified as a feminist. He tells Piers Morgan (another giant meatball) 'No, I wouldn't say I'm a feminist. But it's also the most surprising, because he actually just went and said it! Perhaps it was a big story in Britain, perhaps it was a bit story in the UK.

Trump said during the interview: "I wouldn't say I'm a feminist".

Both leaders agreed on Thursday to arrange a visit for later this year, although the White House said it would be a "working visit", suggesting it may not be the pomp-filled trip initially proposed.

We will have to wait until Sunday when his TV interview is broadcast.

Trump then spoke of his relationship with British Prime Minister Theresa May, saying she is doing "a very good job".

In reacting to claims of being a misogynist, and the Global Women's march against him, he said: "I have tremendous respect for women".