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Valeurs actuelles ("Current values") is a French weekly magazine that was founded in 1966 as an offspring of the weekly Finances, a stock market information review. The magazine gradually became an opinion and generalist publication with a liberal-conservative tendency.

Trump Bravado On Paris Attacks, In French Magazine Exclusive

"Trump Tells All," reads the cover of this week's edition of French right-wing magazine Valeurs Actuelles, which nabbed an exclusive interview with real estate mogul and 2016 Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.

"If I'd been at the Bataclan or one of the cafés, I would have opened fire," Trump told the French magazine, when asked about the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 130 people. "Maybe I would have died, but at least I would have taken a shot."

On the migrant crisis Europe is facing, Trump said the old continent was facing "collapse" and "revolutions."

"Unfortunately, France isn't what it used to be," he said.