Powers: "60 Minutes" Interview Was Like "State-Run Media Propaganda"
KIRSTEN POWERS: "It was really something you would expect from like, the state-run media. It was that kind of level of propaganda as far as Iâ€™m concerned. â€¦ I can understand maybe in agreeing to the interview, letting them have maybe one softball question in the beginning and then move on to more important things. This was a joke. Just not challenging basic things like the president claiming that Hillaryâ€™s been a great secretary of state in part because they have dismantled Al Qaeda. Now, Iâ€™m sorry, is anyone paying attention to whatâ€™s going on in North Africa? Why is the president not asked about Algeria, Mali, Libya? These are front and center in the news right now."