All of Armstrong's titles between 1999 and 2005 were taken away by the International Cycling Union six years ago.
"I mean I would, but this is a longer answer. Primarily, I wouldn't change the lessons that I've learned. I don't learn all the lessons if I don't act that way. I don't get investigated and sanctioned if I don't act the way I acted.
"If I just doped and didn't say a thing, none of that would have happened. None of it. I was begging for, I was asking for them to come after me. It was an easy target."
Armstrong was handed a life ban by the United States Anti-Doping Agency in 2012 after he was found to be doping, and labelled as a cheat by the fraternity at large.
"We did what we had to do to win. It wasn't legal, but I wouldn't change a thing: whether it's losing a bunch of money, going from hero to zero," Armstrong had said.
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