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Before spending the weekend going back and forth with DNC speaker Khizr Khan, whose son died serving the U.S. Army in Iraq, Donald Trump sat down with George Stephanopoulos to talk about Putin, foreign policy, and just how much Michael Bloomberg sucks at golf. It is, perhaps, one of Trump’s most embarrassing election interviews yet.

Now, theres’s admittedly some tough competition in the Trump nightmare interview bracket, but take, for instance, this little bit on Russia’s presence in Ukraine:

STEPHANOPOULOS: Yeah, they took away the— part of the platform calling for provision of lethal weapons to Ukraine to defend themselves. Why is that a good idea?

TRUMP: It’s— look, you know, I have my own ideas. He’s not going into Ukraine, okay, just so you understand. He’s not gonna go into Ukraine, all right? You can mark it down. You can put it down. You can take it anywhere you want-

STEPHANOPOULOS: Well, he’s already there, isn’t he?

TRUMP: Okay— well, he’s there in a certain way...

He’s there in a certain way.

Or the segment below, in which Stephanopoulos calls Trump out on pretending not to know Michael Bloomberg:

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It is Donald Trump at his most pristinely petty—and all while being caught in a lie, at that.

TRUMP: ...Michael Bloomberg has wanted to run for president for probably as long as you have known him and guess what? He never had the guts to do it. And now I see this guy up on stage saying negative things. He knows nothing about me. He’s never been to my office. I don’t know him well.

STEPHANOPOULOS: You played golf together.

TRUMP: Maybe once.

STEPHANOPOULOS: Here’s what he hit you on in the speech....

TRUMP: And I hit the ball a lot longer, and a lot better.

In the interview, we also get to see Trump responding to Khan’s claim that Trump has never sacrificed anything for his country, as well as about five solid minutes of Trump describing just how much Putin loves him.

Paul Rieckoff, the founder and CEO of the non-partisan Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, told ABC, “For anyone to compare their ‘sacrifice’ to a Gold Star family member is insulting, foolish and ignorant. Especially someone who has never served himself and has no children serving. Our county has been at war for a decade and a half and the truth is most Americans have sacrificed nothing. Most of them are smart and grounded enough to admit it.”

You can read the full transcript of Trump’s interview with Stephanopoulos at ABC here. I cannot possibly recommend it highly enough.