Donald Trump and Mike Pence to Appear on '60 Minutes' Together
While CBS gets the first joint interview with the GOP presidential hopeful and his running mate, Sean Hannity will get Pence alone Friday night.
Donald Trump and Mike Pence will appear on 60 Minutes for their first televised interview together since Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee for president, chose the Indiana governor as his running mate.
Insiders say Trump and Pence will sit down with Lesley Stahl on Saturday and the recorded interview will lead off the 60 Minutes broadcast on CBS on Sunday night.
The Hollywood Reporter reported on Thursday that Stahl was getting the first interview with the presumptive Republican presidential ticket, but there was speculation the segment might get canceled due to a terrorist attack in France.
Meanwhile, Fox News has snagged an interview with Pence alone. He'll appear on Hannity on Friday night, the network confirmed.
Trump had been set to appear in Manhattan on Friday morning with Pence to make his vp choice official, but he delayed the event, he said, out of respect for the more than 80 people killed a terror attack in Nice, France.
Nevertheless, Trump confirmed with a tweet on Friday morning that Pence was his vp. choice.