“CBS This Morning” and PBS anchor Charlie Rose will air an interview with President Obama on his eponymous PBS program tonight at 11 PM ET.
The interview was conducted yesterday before the President left for the G8 Summit in Belfast, Northern Island, and features a discussion on the NSA, drone policy and the Middle East.
The interview will re-air on Bloomberg TV tomorrow. You should also expect to see some clips on “CBS This Morning” tomorrow morning.
It will be the President’s first sit-down interview since the NSA scandal erupted. He spoke to NBC News in April, and ABC News and Telemundo in March. Rose last interviewed the President in July, 2012.
On Fox News, Eric Bolling has an exclusive interview with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden‘s father, Lonnie Snowden:
“I’m here because I’m really concerned about the misinformation in the media,” Snowden says. “He is a sensitive, caring young man This is the Ed that I know. You know, the same eyes or it’s the same Ed. He just is a deep thinker.”
The full interview will air on “The Five” this afternoon. You can watch an excerpt here.
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