President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s first ever joint interview on ’60 Minutes’

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“60 Minutes” announced Friday that for the first time ever, President Obama and outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will appear together for a joint interview on the show this Sunday evening:

“The President and the Secretary of State – President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appear in their first joint interview when they speak together to Steve Kroft,” according to the show’s website.

While listening to Fox News yesterday, the question was asked who President Obama would support if both Vice President Joe Biden and Clinton ran for president in 2016. We just may be getting a slight indication.

Interestingly, USA Today reported, “The 60 Minutes people note that this is the first interview the president has ever done with anyone other than First Lady Michelle Obama.’”

So, speculation abounds on the Internet about what Kroft will ask the pair. One would expect questions about the terrorist attacks in Benghazi and the State Department’s fumbling of security at the consulate. Perhaps, questions about Clinton’s recent testimony before Congress. Certainly one would expect a question or three about Clinton’s desire to run for president in 2016, right? We shall see.

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