Trump abruptly ends interview that says it is “false and biased”


THE American president abruptly ended an interview with the CBS News, which took place at the White House, for the ’60 Minutes’ program. According to the CNN, Donald talked to the journalist for 45 minutes and then told the station television that I already had enough material to use.

A CNN says that the interview will not have ended in the best way, something that the American head of state ended up confirming in his last shares on Twitter, where he says that the interview is “false and biased”.

Donald Trump also threatened to release parts of the interview before it was released on Sunday.

In another publication, Trump accused the journalist of not wearing a mask, having shared a video of Lesley Stahl talking to team members.

A source told the CNN that the published video shows the moment just after the interview, when the journalist had not yet collected her belongings or put on her mask.

Donald Trump was expected to appear in the interview that Vice President Mike Pence also gave to the same channel that day, but the President did not attend.

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