New 60 Minutes October 8, 2023 Episode Preview Revealed

New 60 Minutes October 8, 2023 Episode Preview Revealed

Hey, “60 Minutes” fans. Happy Sunday. We are back on here to inform you that CBS will indeed be airing another new episode of 60 Minutes tonight, October 8, 2023. That’s right, guys. Tonight’s new episode will be the 4th installment for 60 Minutes’ current season 56, and we’ve got some new preview information for it.

CBS served up an official press release for tonight’s new, October 8, 2023 episode 4. So, we will definitely reference it for this preview session. Let’s get into it.

In tonight’s new, October 8, 2023 episode, you guys are going to see the CBS Evening News manager and anchor Norah O’Donnell sit down to have an interview with former nation’s top military officer General Mark Milley. During this interview, they will talk about Mark’s experience with working with current President of the United States Joe Biden. This segment is aptly titled, “General Mark Milley.”

CBS’ official description for the General Mark Milley segment reads like this, “CBS EVENING NEWS managing editor and anchor Norah O’Donnell spoke with General Mark Milley, who finished his four-year term as America’s highest-ranking military officer, about his experience with President Joe Biden after spending a lot of time at the White House as the president’s top military advisory.

When O’Donnell asked about Mr. Biden’s age, Milley responded, “If the American people are worried about an individual who is someone who’s making decisions of war and peace … I think they can rest easy.”

CBS also pointed out that during this interview, Norah O’Donnell asked General Mark Milley, “President Joe Biden has been portrayed by his political opponents and even some of his allies as too old to be president. I’m not asking for your political opinion here, but how does he seem to you?”

General Mark Milley replied with, “Look, I’m not gonna comment. I didn’t comment on the former president’s–mental health, physical health, and I’m not gonna comment on the current president’s mental health or physical health. I think that’s highly inappropriate for the–senior officer of the United States military to do that.

I would just tell you that I meet frequently with the president, and every single time I meet with him, he is just fine. So, how people interpret that is up to them. But, I engage with him frequently. He’s alert, does his homework, reads the papers, re–reads all the read-ahead material. He’s very, very engaging in issues of very serious matters of war and peace, life and death.

So, if the American people are worried about an individual who is someone who’s making decisions of war and peace and has access to makes the decisions of nuclear weapons and that sorta thing, I think they can rest easy.”

Some extra information from TV Guide also pointed out that there will be some other segments featured in this episode. Its description reads like this, “Cognitive psychologist and computer scientist Geoffrey Hinton; Gen. Mark Milley; sports agent Rich Paul; the technology, engineering and future of 3D-printed buildings.”

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new, October 8, 2023 episode 4 of 60 Minutes’ current season 56 is indeed scheduled to hit your TV screens tonight, October 8, 2023, starting at approximately 6:30 pm central standard time. Also, tonight’s new episode will last for 90 minutes instead of 60 minutes.

Alright, guys. That’s going to be a wrap for this latest, “60 minutes” TV show, preview report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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