I never said that. I said "oppose" was too strong of a word for a few vague sentences and those sentences are nothing like the later lies he told while trying to claim that he fervently opposed it. A couple days after the official invasion started, he was trying to sound optimistic about its successes in order to talk down interest rates (given his debt levels, that's not a surprise) as well as 'interest' in finding the WMDs. He basically knew nothing about the situation, and (wisely) said very little about it. It's not 'oppose'. I'd accept 'doubted'. Like I said, on any topic Trump will say a variety of things, sometimes contradictory or imprecise. Some people will freak out about the obvious lies. Some people will freak out about the evil implications. And some people will selectively retrofit what he said into something approximating the truth.