’60 Minutes’ nabs first interview with post-election Trump

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President-elect Donald Trump gives his acceptance speech during an election rally early Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in New York. | John Locher/AP

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the CBS news show “60 Minutes” has scored the first sit-down interview with president-elect Donald Trump.

According to the story, Trump will be interviewed at week’s end by veteran “60 Minutes” reporter Leslie Stahl. Melania Trump, and Trump’s children are also slated to be featured in the interview.

The interview will air Nov. 13.

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