Still in high spirits over news of Osama bin Laden's death, U.S. President Barack Obama took wife Michelle out on a dinner date over the Mother's Day holiday weekend.
On the eve of his "60 Minutes" post-Bin Laden debut interview, the Commander-In-Chief and his First Lady spent the evening at upscale Washington, D.C. Italian eatery Ristorante Tosca.
As for President Obama's sitdown with "60 Minutes," the U.S. leader went into much more detail than during previous speeches while outlining the successful mission to kill Osama Bin Laden.
The President said that the raid was “the longest 40 minutes of my life,” adding that he was "worried about the Navy SEALs going in in the darkness of night. And they don’t know what they’re going to find there. They don’t know if the building is rigged. They don’t know if… there are explosives that are triggered by a particular door opening… My number one concern was, if I send them in, can I get them out?"
With many other aspects of the operation available in the full interview below, Obama closed out his "60 Minutes" interview by saying, “As nervous as I was about this whole process, the one thing I didn’t lose sleep over was the possibility of taking Bin Laden out. Justice was done. And I think that anyone who would question that the perpetrator of mass murder on American soil didn’t deserve what he got needs to have their head examined.”