Though it's unclear if Trump will actually post an unedited version of the interview, the segment is scheduled to air during the October 25 broadcast of "60 Minutes" at 7 p.m. EDT.
But a CBS spokesperson told Fox News that Stahl had been wearing a mask prior to the interview and the photo had been taken immediately after Trump walked out.
If Donald Trump's "60 Minutes" interview with Lesley Stahl ever actually sees the light of day, it promises to contain plenty of moments he'd rather people not see, which explains his tweetstorm threatening to release the footage himself.
Stahl exceeded a time limit for the interview agreed to with the White House, according to a person familiar with the matter, angering Trump. He described it as a "terrible Electoral Intrusion" and suggested that his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, had been treated less harshly by journalistic interlocutors.
About 45 minutes into the taping, Mr Trump is said to have told his staff: "I think we're done, do you guys agree?" before leaving the room to complain to his aides. "Another person said the bulk of the interview was focused on coronavirus".
Kamala Harris, will be interviewed by "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell on that same episode of "60 Minutes" airing Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
The pile-on continued when White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany retweeted Leavitt's commentary.
Obama presented Biden and his running mate, California Sen. The interview had already run longer than the president's team anticipated, according to that report. The source said Stahl was conferring with her producers to discuss the next steps and had not yet gathered her personal items, including her mask. "60 Minutes" is a classic prime-time show and a favorite with viewers after 52 years. Numerous questions were about the coronavirus pandemic and his handling of it, the person said.