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Lesley Stahl played the Matt Lauer role on “60 Minutes” on Sunday night, letting President-elect Trump off the hook on virtually every issue that came up during the brutal campaign – issues important to both his supporters and his detractors. Throughout the hour, Stahl sat on one of Trump’s gilded chairs with a gleam in her eye – the gleam that suggested to me that reporters are along for the ride as Trump continues to dodge basic questions whose answers are actually important at this point. Stahl alluded to the problem that all journalists will have during the next four years pinning down the Twittery president at the start of the show: “We discovered in Mr. Trump’s first interview … that some of his signature issues at the heart of his campaign were not meant to be taken literally, but as opening bids for negotiation.” Lesley Stahl of ’60 Minutes’ interviews President-elect Donald Trump. (60 Minutes/CBS) What followed wasn’t a classic “60 Minutes” grilling, but 60 minutes of wiggling. Stahl told Trump that people who didn’t vote for him are protesting and are in fear. His answer? “They don’t know me.” So Stahl pointed out that anyone who listened to Trump’s aggressive rhetoric during the campaign – a toxic stew of American masculinity, disrespect for immigrants, anti-black profiling, scorn for abortion rights – might have reason to be afraid. And Trump just rolled his eyes as if to say, “Campaign, schmampaign.” As if what he said in the past simply does not matter.
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