ABC News will present a primetime interview with President Barack Obama on health care issues on June 24 at 10 p.m. ET.
NEW YORK (AP) — ABC News will present a primetime interview with President Barack Obama on health care issues next week.
The special will air June 24 at 10 p.m. Eastern, on two-hour tape delay. Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer will moderate the White House discussion with a live audience, also taking questions submitted by viewers. After a break for local news, the discussion will continue on “Nightline.”
That morning, Sawyer will interview Obama for “Good Morning America.” Gibson will anchor that evening’s edition of “World News” from the White House Blue Room.
Obama has been carefully doling out access to broadcast networks. NBC had big ratings with its inside peek at the White House. Obama has also given interviews to CBS'”Face the Nation” and “60 Minutes.”