Lesley Stahl

The House speaker shared with "60 Minutes" details of when Trump-supporting rioters stormed the Capitol, where lawmakers were certifying Joe Biden's win.
CBS finally aired President Donald Trump’s interview that showed him walking out after he got mad at the questions.
Spoiler alert: It's not what the White House said it was.
“I think we have enough of an interview here," the president said.
“This will be done so that everybody can get a glimpse of what a FAKE and BIASED interview is all about,” the president tweeted.
At a Pennsylvania rally, President Donald Trump complained about his upcoming appearance on “60 Minutes” after he walked out on an interview earlier in the day.
The president reportedly cut his interview short with Lesley Stahl before criticizing her online and threatening to release footage prior to airtime.
A photo shows Lesley Stahl holding a giant book the press secretary claimed held "just a small part" of Donald Trump's health care accomplishments.
The "60 Minutes" correspondent said she became part of the story when she got sick and entered the hospital with a "valiant army."
Even though the president communicates "mostly in gibberish."