NewsElections Donald Trump, Mike Pence interview on '60 Minutes': Most awkward moments By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org Updated July 18, 2016 2:31 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The first interview with Donald Trump and Mike Pence aired Sunday night on "60 Minutes." The running mates were interviewed by journalist Lesley Stahl, while seated on gold chairs in Trump's penthouse in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. In typical Trump fashion, there were many memorable moments. Trump spoke much more than his vice presidential pick, often answering questions for him and clarifying his point of view. Here are some of the moments that made us a little uncomfortable. 'I speak from my heart and my brain' Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer During the interview, Pence said a reason he likes Trump is because "he speaks from his heart." But Trump interrupted him to clarify that. "Well, I-- I speak from my heart and my brain. Just so we understand," he said. "Right," Pence said, laughing. 'I'm much more humble than you would understand' Photo Credit: Getty Images / Aaron P. Bernstein Stahl asked Trump if he was awed or intimidated by the prospect of being president during tough times, since he is not generally a humble man. "I think I am, actually, humble," Trump said. "I think I'm much more humble than you would understand." This came after he said he understands the political system better than anyone and made sure to remind Stahl that he "did very well ... just about everywhere" in the primary elections. Pence didn't say whether he thought Trump was humble or not, but added that Trump is, "awed with the American people, and he is not intimidated by the world. And Donald Trump, this good man, I believe, will be a great president of the United States." "I love what he just said," Trump said. 'He's entitled to make a mistake every once in a while' Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer Trump has boasted throughout his campaign that he did not support the Iraq War, and he has said Hillary Clinton has poor judgement partially because of her support of the war at the time. In the interview on "60 Minutes," however, Trump said he doesn't care that his running mate voted for the war. "He's entitled to make a mistake every once in a while." "But she's not?" Stahl asked. "No. She's not," Trump said. 'You could say yes' Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer Trump gave his running mate permission to tell him he went too far when he said Sen. John McCain, who is a veteran, was not a war hero because he was captured. "You could say 'yes'," Trump said. "That's OK." Pence didn't say yes, but said he has "a great deal of respect for John McCain." He added that he would tell Trump what he thinks about his policy positions or presentation if they are in office together. 'It's different for him' Photo Credit: Getty Images / Aaron P. Bernstein Stahl asked Pence what he thinks about Trump's campaign and some of the negative language he has used, bringing up an essay he had written about campaigning. "You said negative campaigning is wrong, and a campaign ought to demonstrate the basic decency of the candidate," she said to Pence. "I think this is a good man who's been talking about the issues the American people care about," Pence responded. Trump jumped in, saying they are different people, using an example of how they each speak about Hillary Clinton. "I call her 'Crooked Hillary,'" he said. "I don't think he should do it because it's different for him." By Nicole Brown email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic What to know about Vice President Mike PencePence describes himself as "a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order." The Republican National Convention explainedWhat to know about the convention where Donald Trump will be named the GOP nominee. Photos: Scenes from the RNC in ClevelandDelegates, candidates and protestors were all in attendance. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.