CBS 60-Minutes Interview: Barack Obama, Eight Years In the White House
By CBS News // January 17, 2017
CBS' Steve Kroft Interviews President for 12th time
ABOVE VIDEO: President Obama discusses his two terms as commander-in-chief, Donald Trump and what has been one of the strangest presidential transitions in history.
The following script is from “60 Minutes Presents: Barack Obama: Eight Years in the White House,” which aired on Jan. 15, 2017. Steve Kroft is the correspondent.
(CBS News) – Good evening. I’m Steve Kroft. Welcome to “60 Minutes Presents.” Tonight, President Barack Obama looks back at eight years in the White House.
His successes. His failures and what he learned from his two terms as the nation’s chief executive and commander-in-chief.
We first met him 10 years ago, when he was in his first term as a U.S. senator from Illinois and launching an unlikely campaign for president.
As we said at the time, there had never been another presidential candidate quite like him. His last name rhymed with “Osama.” And his middle name was Hussein.
He was half black, half white, and in terms of political experience, very green.
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