The statements were made during an interview with his divorce lawyer.
Zimmerman explained that Obama exploited the episode by saying, "If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon."
He said he's convinced there's nothing he could have done differently that would have allowed both him and Trayvon to survive their confrontation that night. "In all fairness, you cannot as a human feel guilty for living, for surviving," he said. "Are you the same person right now that you were five years ago?" Iken asked. "Absolutely not," Zimmerman said. "I have to have my guard up. … I still believe that people are truly good at heart, as Anne Frank has said, and I will put myself in any position to help another human in any way I can."
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