“We have a format that suits him. It’s long. We can do 12 minutes or 24 minutes,” Mr. Kroft said. “We do a good job of editing.”
Adding that he’s covered President Obama since his candidacy, Mr. Kroft noted it’s a “question of fairness.” Mr. Obama “knows that we’re not going to play ‘gotcha’ with him.”
Mr. Morgan commented on the “remarkable bonhomie and long-lasting friendship” between the president and Mrs. Clinton, and Mr. Kroft described the interactions between the two as revealing of the positive nature of their relationship.
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