Steve Kroft is a real sneaky guy. He took advantage of The Boss. And I, for one, am outraged.
I guess we only have ourselves to blame, though. To lighten things up before the taping of the "60 Minutes" interview, Gibbsy put on a Keith Olbermann mask and danced around the Oval in a mock strip tease (Keith really tried to do that one night in Chicago for The Boss, and it took three Secret Service agents to stop him before it got, er, embarrassing). The Boss started giggling at Gibbsy's antics, and then couldn't stop during the interview. Kroft swore he'd use the version of that portion of the interview where The Boss was able to keep it together (it took six takes, for gosh sake). But then he used one of the version that made The Boss look like he didn't quite have it together. Ugh. Another bad media appearance. When will they end?
Frankly, I'm stumped by it all. The Boss acted like this all the time during the campaign, and the media always treated us well. Why are they being so mean now? Any advice or insights appreciated, cause us White House folks got nothin'.