- President Donald Trump ended his interview for “60 Minutes” abruptly on Tuesday after simply 45 minutes of filming, in keeping with CNN.
- Trump was purported to return for a “stroll and speak” with Vice President Mike Pence, however didn’t achieve this.
- The information broke shortly after Trump tweeted a video of ’60 Minutes’ host Lesley Stahl not sporting a masks contained in the White Home.
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One thing occurred through the taping of President Donald Trump’s interview for “60 Minutes” that led him to finish the interview early, in keeping with CNN.
Trump did 45 minutes of taping with host Lesley Stahl earlier than he walked out and didn’t return for a scheduled “stroll and speak” taping with Vice President Mike Pence, in keeping with CNN.
In response to CNN, Trump advised producers he believed that they had enough material for the interview.
Shortly earlier than the information broke, Trump tweeted a video of Stahl not sporting a masks contained in the White Home.
—Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 20, 2020
Sitdown interviews with the massive networks have gone south for Trump earlier than.
Trump has finished much more one-on-one interviews with Fox Information, although these also can create points for him generally, similar to when he made information speaking about taking a cognitive test with “Fox Information Sunday” host Chris Wallace over the summer time.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris are additionally set to do “60 Minutes” interviews to air alongside Trump’s, although they did theirs remotely from each other.
Trump and Pence had been supposed to seem collectively, however after Trump walked out, Pence’s shall be finished individually, in keeping with CNN.
—Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) October 20, 2020
All of those interviews are scheduled to air on Sunday evening.