Trump abruptly ended his '60 Minutes' interview after 45 minutes
- US president Donald Trump ended his interview for the TV show "60 Minutes" abruptly on Tuesday after just 45 minutes of filming, according to CNN.
- Trump was supposed to return for a "walk and talk" with Vice President Mike Pence, but did not do so.
- The news broke shortly after Trump tweeted a video of '60 Minutes' host Lesley Stahl not wearing a mask inside the White House.
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Something happened during the taping of US president Donald Trump's interview for "60 Minutes" that led him to end the interview early, according to CNN.
Trump did 45 minutes of taping with host Lesley Stahl before he walked out and did not return for a scheduled "walk and talk" taping with Vice President Mike Pence, according to CNN.
According to CNN, Trump told producers he believed that they had enough material for the interview.
Shortly before the news broke, Trump tweeted a video of Stahl not wearing a mask inside the White House.
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