A new interview was unearthed Monday that appeared to show Donald Trump endorsing Hillary Clinton for president in 2008.

Buzzfeed News obtained the video, which featured the current Republican nominee chatting with Fox News' Neil Cavuto about the 2008 presidential election, from the archives of Media Matters.

When Cavuto initially asked Trump who he was supporting for president, he would not give a straight answer. Cavuto then asked him about the money he gave to Clinton when she was running for the Senate in New York.

"Well, I support Hillary," Trump responded. "I think she's fantastic. I supported Rudy [Guiliani]. I think [Mitt] Romney is doing a very good job. I mean, there's — every one of them, they are very ...," as Cavuto cut Trump off before he could finish his thought.

The video also showed Trump complimenting then-candidate Barack Obama, though he does show some skepticism about how he would do as president.

"He's very capable. He's one of the ones I don't know at all. I didn't like the fact he made a bad real estate deal in Chicago, because I don't like my president to be taken," Trump said. "But I think he's a very capable guy and a great speaker. I was watching one of his speeches and it was absolutely terrific. I think he's inexperienced at this point, but we'll see what happens."

Trump also praised John McCain, who he has criticized on the 2016 campaign trail for getting captured as a soldier in Vietnam.

"Very amazing comeback," Trump said of McCain. "Very few people could have done what he did."

The interview ended with Cavuto asking Trump about his future in politics. Trump responded by denying that he had White House ambitions, and then gave an answer devoid of political correctness about one thing he would like to do as president.

"I don't think so. I think I'm too honest. Not to say that politicians are dishonest, of course many of them are. But I like speaking my mind," Trump said. "I'll give you an example. If I were president, you'd have $30 oil right now. I would call up Saudi Arabia, and I would say, that f——-g price is coming down, and it's coming down now."