Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton sat down with 60 Minutes reporter Scott Pelley for their first joint interview since it was announced that Kaine will be Clinton's vice president. And Clinton discussed ... more 
Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton sat down with 60 Minutes reporter Scott Pelley for their first joint interview since it was announced that Kaine will be Clinton's vice president. And Clinton discussed how there's a new standard in Washington D.C., thanks to her. "I often feel like there's the Hillary standard and then there's the standard for everybody else," said the Democratic presumptive nominee. She elaborated on the "Hillary Standard" saying, "As you saw at the Republican convention - unfounded, inaccurate, mean-spirited attacks with no basis in truth, reality, which take on a life of their own." Clinton said that if elected she hopes to end the partisan gridlock in Washington D.C., and Tim Kaine echoed those sentiments by praising Republican Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. "He wants to do things. He wants not just a portrait but he would like a legacy. That's my belief," said Kaine, adding, "There's going to be room to make some things happen." Clinton also said that if elected she will be the sole president, despite being married to a former president. But the former first lady said she is going to rely on her husband's experience in the White House, as well as that of current president, Barack Obama. "I've already put him on notice. I'm going to be picking up the phone," joked the Clinton, adding, "I'm going to be calling and asking for his advice and so we're going to put them all to work." less