‘This is 60 Minutes’: Lesley Stahl says she won’t air Trump claims that campaign was spied on and asserts Hunter Biden stories are ‘discredited’ (Full Video)

'This is 60 Minutes': Lesley Stahl says she won't air Trump claims that campaign was spied on and asserts Hunter Biden stories are 'discredited' (Full Video)

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(Worthy News) – President Trump has released his full interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl, which showed the two jousting over what material ought to be aired.

On Thursday, the president released his full, 35-minute-plus interview with Stahl on social media. The two battled over Trump's stance on masks, rising coronavirus cases, his campaign rallies, and the way Stahl conducted the interview. Stahl warned the president at the start of the interview, asking if he was "ready for some tough questions."

At one point, Stahl said CBS would not air Trump's repeated claim that his campaign was spied on by the Obama administration. "The biggest scandal was when they spied on my campaign. They spied on my campaign, Lesley," Trump said. "There's no real evidence of that," Stahl replied. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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