36 minutes · October 14, 2019
With the 2020 presidential campaign in full gear, we sat down with 60 Minutes Correspondent John Dickerson to explore how the job of President of the United States has changed since George Washington took the Oath of Office next door to the New York Stock Exchange on April 30, 1789. Spoiler alert: the job hasn’t become tougher; it’s now damn near impossible. The conversation, recorded at the NYSE’s 2019 IR Summit, previewed Dickerson’s forthcoming book, The Hardest Job in the World: The Evolution of the American Presidency.
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