Stahl said."Oh, I didn't say that".
Trump told reporters, "I'm not running scared", "I think I'm running angry".
All four are scheduled to appear on "60 Minutes" on Sunday. Tonight's anchor, Kristen Welker, is far worse!
Trump complains, Thats no way to talk.
And let's be clear here, nothing he actually says when answering Stahl's tough questions is good. "Watch her constant interruptions & anger", Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.
Mr Trump's meltdown over the interview, taped at the White House on Tuesday, came hours before his Thursday night debate with Biden - their final direct clash before the election in less than two weeks.
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Trump criticized her for not wearing a mask after the interview, with White House Deputy Press Secretary Karoline Leavitt adding that Stahl had criticized her for not wearing a mask earlier that day. "A lot of people are wearing masks", Trump said.
"You know that's not true", she said. The president also referred to emails published by the New York Post last week showing Joe Biden stood to rake in millions from Chinese businessmen with deep ties to the Chinese Communist Party funneled through Hunter.
Stahl pushes back against Trump's claims consistently, but she isn't necessarily raising her voice or being particularly combative. "She just had a tone he didn't like". Needless to say, Trump doesn't like what she's doing. "It's defense against attacks". Trump walked out of the interview and didn't return for a planned section with Vice President Mike Pence.
When she sat down with Pence, Stahl wondered what just happened.
Questions of whether Biden would support court-packing have emerged since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburgs death on September 18 and the Republican-controlled Senates move forward with Judiciary Committee hearings on President Donald Trumps nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, before the November 3 election.
"I think something's happening".
"You're the president, shouldn't you be accountable to the American people?"
"I feel that you both have insulted "60 Minutes" by not answering any of our questions and by giving set campaign speeches that we have heard both of you give at rallies without answering our questions", she said. Trump asked. "Of course I don't want to lock her up ... And I feel you didn't do that".
"Your first statement to me was 'This is going to be tough questions.' I don't mind that".