“CBS This Morning” to go live from inside the White House


“CBS This Morning” is broadcasting live from the White House Monday, May 1, for an inside look at President Trump’s first 100 days in office — and what his administration is looking to accomplish in the months ahead.

Not only will the show feature Mr. Trump’s interview with CBS News chief Washington correspondent John Dickerson, debuting Sunday on “Face the Nation,” but members of the Trump administration will also sit down at the table with “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell in the East Room. 

According to “CBS This Morning” executive producer Ryan Kadro, the show hopes to illuminate how the Trump administration is addressing pressing domestic and foreign policy issues.

“The goal is to really come away with an understanding of what they’re trying to do, how they’re trying to govern, what they want to achieve, how they’re going about it, so I think there’s a lot of questions,” Kadro said on the “CBS This Morning” podcast.

Among the wide-range of topics, Kadro said expect discussions on North Korea, the economy, tax reform and whether the GOP health care bill will pass.

Tune in 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET, Monday, May 1 on CBS. 

To learn more about the making of this broadcast, listen to the “CBS This Morning” podcast interview with Ryan Kadro: 

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Source: CBS News – Politics



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