America — well, some of it — has spoken, and Donald Trump, former host of The Apprentice, real-estate mogul, businessman and aficionado of walls, will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States early next year.
Part of his victory lap will include a stop at 60 Minutes, which landed the first exclusive post-election interview with Trump. The CBS news program will film the interview with Trump on Friday and air it on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 7/6c.
CBS News' Lesley Stahl will conduct the interview, which will also include the future first lady Melania Trump, and children Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric and Donald Jr., at Trump's Fifth Avenue residence in New York City.
It's a (Donald Trump voice) huge interview for Trump, as it will give the public its first look at the man following a contentious and unprecedented election that involved allegations of sexual assault, misogyny, bigotry and name calling. The question is what kind of man will show up now that the election is over? Will he be the blustery figurehead who rallied discontent citizens in the greatest election upset in America? Or will he be level-headed and presidential?
We find out Sunday.