Every four years, 60 Minutes interviews major US presidential candidates.
This year’s interviews, broadcast on Sunday at 19:30 East on CBS, are already exciting.
Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., giving his clearest answer in weeks about his position on expanding the size of the Supreme Court, said he would set up a bipartisan commission of scholars to study a possible revision of the judiciary, according to an excerpt from the interview published last week.
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Part of President Trump’s program also made headlines – not because of the issues he was discussing, but because he interrupted his interview with his interlocutor, 60 Minutes correspondent Leslie Stahl, then mocked her on Twitter and posted a 38-minute clip of the interview on Facebook.
“Look at the bias, hatred and rudeness on behalf of 60 Minutes and CBS,” Mr Trump tweeted Thursday.
However, the footage shows that Mr. Trump is becoming more and more irritated as Ms. Stahl calmly and firmly asks the president about the coronavirus and other topics.
The episode, a tradition for the network, it also included interviews with Vice President Mike Pence, a candidate for Mr. Trump, and Senator Kamala Harris, a candidate for a member of Mr. Biden.