In an interview with The Daily Beast, Malik said she doesn't expect to reach a lot of people resistant to reform.
On Monday night another group of journalists was allowed to interview her.
They also nearly always cite a December 2009 interview in which the president called out "fat cat" bankers.
Update, May 11 2012: This post has been updated to include all parts of the interview.
I knew none of this, of course, when I arrived in Mumbai in November 2006 to interview Jolie.
He called up the subject at once, and we have seen the close of his interview with Phyllis.
This interview gave her entire possession of herself:— so she believed.
It was an interview at night, out in the open, beneath the stars!
Now for the interview with Margaret, which had become necessary.
At length the turnkey said that the time allowed for the interview was ended.
1510s, "face-to-face meeting, formal conference," from Middle French entrevue, verbal noun from s'entrevoir "to see each other, visit each other briefly, have a glimpse of," from entre- "between" (see inter-) + Old French voir "to see" (from Latin videre; see vision). Modern French interview is from English. Journalistic sense is first attested 1869 in American English.
The 'interview,' as at present managed, is generally the joint product of some humbug of a hack politician and another humbug of a newspaper reporter. ["The Nation," Jan. 28, 1869]
"to have a personal meeting," 1540s, from interview (n.). Related: Interviewed; interviewing.