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Trump threatens to release ’60 minutes’ footage after leaving interview – National

Trump threatens to release '60 minutes' footage after leaving interview - National

President of the United States Donald Trump CBS is threatening to release footage from an upcoming interview 60 minutes Before it airs Sunday, it tells its supporters a long-running news program called “See What We Do.”

Trump’s comments came after he walked out of his interview 60 minutes Correspondent Leslie Stahl at the White House on Tuesday, CBS News confirmed.

In a statement to Global News, the CBS News president did not say what led or caused the interview to end.

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Associated Press Reported According to an acquaintance of the exchange who did not have the authority to discuss it publicly, the interview was “seriously over”.

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CNN, Citing multiple sources, said he sat with Trump Stall for about 45 minutes before abruptly ending the conversation, saying CBS producers had enough material at their disposal. The New York Times Reported Trump was “annoyed” with Stall’s questions.

According to reports, Stall, along with Vice President Mike Pence, did not return to the planned section to interview the president.






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Trump took to Twitter and posted a brief video of Stall inside the White House without a mask, saying the video was taken after their interview.

CBS News confirmed that Stall, like Trump, has recovered from his own match COVID-19, She was wearing a mask when she entered the White House and led the interview. She said the video was taken immediately after her interview with Trump.

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CNN reported that Stall did not have time to collect his belongings, including his mask, when the video was taken.

Trump said he was considering posting footage of the interview before it aired Sunday.

“It happens so that everyone can get a glimpse of the fake and biased interview,” he said, adding that the upcoming event will be called “Electoral Intrusion”.

CBS News reported that the White House had agreed to tap the interview only for archival purposes. It did not say whether the White House would be responsible if the footage was released earlier.

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The 60 minutes The episode, which airs on Sunday, will feature interviews with Democratic President Hope Ho Join Biden and his running colleague Sen Kamala Harris, hosted by CBS Evening News anchor Nora O’Donnell.

At a rally in Erie, Pa., On Tuesday night, Trump confirmed that he would actually release the footage.

“You have to see what we do 60 minutes, ”He told the audience. “You get such a kick. You ‘re going to get out of it. Leslie Stahl will not be happy.”

Stall was interviewed for Trump 60 minutes In 2018 and 2016. The next interview was Trump’s first national appearance since winning the presidential election.

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Speaking to an audience at the 2018 Deadline Club Awards, Stall asked why Trump was constantly attacking the press when he met privately at the Trump Tower before that 2016 interview.

“He said, ‘Do you know why I’m doing this? I’m trying to humiliate you all and humiliate you all so no one will believe you when you write negative stories about me.'” Stall said. “Put it in your head for a minute.”

– With files from the Associated Press

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