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In the News with Jeff Greenfield and Lesley Stahl

Lesley Stahl and Jeff Greenfield
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Correspondent Lesley Stahl joins veteran journalist and “In the News” moderator Jeff Greenfield, as he leads timely conversations about the 2020 election every Tuesday.

Greenfield and Stahl bring deep experience to the election conversation—Stahl served as CBS News White House correspondent during the Carter, Reagan, and part of the George H.W. Bush presidencies. The politics of Covid-19, the Trump White House, Russian election interference, the Democratic presidential nominees, watershed moments from elections past, and more are on the table as this formidable duo offers unique insights into and analysis of the election that matters now.

More in this series:

June 9: In the News with Jeff Greenfield, Joe Klein and Mike Murphy
June 16: In the News with Jeff Greenfield and Jake Tapper
June 23: In the News with Jeff Greenfield and David Axelrod

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Jeff Greenfield

Jeff Greenfield is an award-winning television journalist and author focusing on politics, media, and culture …

Lesley Stahl

Lesley Stahl, one of America’s most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991 …

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