KIMMEL: In 2008 — I want to get this right — you said you thought Hillary would make an excellent president, and as recently as 2012 you said you thought she was terrific. What did she do? What happened?TRUMP: Let me just explain to you. I will tell you, when I am a businessman — had a beautiful story recently where they said Trump is a world-class businessman — all over the world we're doing jobs. I speak well of everybody. If people ask me about politicians, I speak well. So when they ask me about Hillary, "She's wonderful," the husband — everybody's wonderful. And that's the way it is, including contributions. They ask me for contributions, I give contributions.KIMMEL: So you were full of [it] when you said that.TRUMP: A little bit. Maybe a little bit.
Kimmel, of course, didn't say "it." The word he said was bleeped, but you can probably guess what it was.
Plenty of people believed this all along, of course. And Trump is basically admitting as much when it comes to his past support of Democrats. He says he was nice to them and gave them money for his own personal gain — the implication being that his support wasn't genuine.
It was a laugh line, yes, but it was also a pretty telling moment.