Donald Trump decided to give and interview to another network besides Fox News.
And how did that work out?
Well, it appears it did not end the way Trump wanted and he surely did not get just softball questions, like he does with his friends at Fox News.
Business Insider reports that Trump talked with CBS's Face the Nation host John Dickerson and Dickerson repeatedly asked about his unfounded claims that President Barack Obama had ordered surveillance of Trump Tower.
In an interview that aired Monday, Dickerson pressed the president to explain his March tweets claiming Obama wiretapped him during the 2016 election.
"You're the president of the United States," Dickerson said. "You said he was 'sick and bad' because he had tapped you."
"You can take it any way you want," Trump replied.
"I'm asking you," Dickerson said, "because you don't want it to be fake news. I want to hear it from President Trump."
The president insisted that he had his opinions and that Dickerson could draw his conclusions about what Trump meant.
"But I want to know your opinions," Dickerson said. "You're the president of the United States."
"OK, it's enough. Thank you. Thank you very much," Trump said, walking away from Dickerson.
The "Face the Nation" host told "CBS This Morning" on Monday that Trump wanted him to leave after the exchange.
"I think it was pretty clear that I was to move myself out or I was to be moved along," Dickerson said.
Look for Trump to stay with Fox News when it comes to interviews for a while.