If Donald Trump's "60 Minutes" interview with Lesley Stahl ever actually sees the light of day, it promises to contain plenty of moments he'd rather people not see, which explains his tweetstorm threatening to release the footage himself.
It shows Trump repeatedly expressing frustration with Stahl's questions, and her efforts to challenge his misleading statements.
Trump said on the tape that the country has "turned a corner" in its battle with the pandemic and that he believes masks are an effective tool to prevent transmission. She also told him during the interview that allegations about Biden's son, Hunter Biden, were not verified and that the Obama administration did not spy on the Trump campaign.
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Filmed on Tuesday, Trump's sit-down with Stahl stoked controversy from the start. "Let's go." He then points to someone off camera and says "let's meet for 2 seconds" before standing up and leaving.
"Well, Lesley, I appreciate the speech that you just gave", Mr Pence replied.
"If elected, what I will do is I'll put together a national commission of - bipartisan commission of scholars, constitutional scholars, Democrats, Republicans, liberal, conservative", the former vice president said. "You're gonna get a kick out of it. Lesley Stahl's not gonna be happy", he added, reported Newsweek.
All four are scheduled to appear on "60 Minutes" on Sunday. "He just made it transparently obvious to the American people that his only plan for health care is to take away yours", Wessel said.
Stahl doesn't seem to be satisfied with this claim, and she continues to press him.
She said she was upset by how the interviews had gone. Three aides, who were not authorized to speak publicly, said the president overreacted, and one suggested that he might actually boost the ratings of a tough interview. "The way you have, it is like I'm begging".
"Your first statement to me was 'This is going to be tough questions.' I don't mind that".