I watched the second part of the interview, and his arrogance is still prevalent.
“This may not be the most popular answer, but I think I deserve it. If I could go back to that time and say, ‘Ok, you’re trading my story for a six month suspension?’ Because that’s what people got.”
He's demonstrating the same manipulative arrogance that victimised so many people over the years. All those people he sued, because they knew the truth. The clips they played of him speaking in 2005, telling bare faced lies and even condemning other cyclists who were involved in doping, all to make sure they got off his back. He's a classic example of a total sociopath.
Here's a body language experts take on the interview. Interesting read.
I don't think anything more really needs to be said. Fuck this guy, and fuck his second chance. He revoked that right when he branded innocent people as liars, and used his power and influence to make himself a very rich man. Yes, he raised a lot of money for Livestrong, but he did so by conning the world into thinking he's some kind of legitimate hero, when all along he's a total fraud.