Well, that was awkward.

A bit of history was made Sunday night when Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appeared in their first joint television interview, enduring a tough line of questioning by Steve Kroft on “60 Minutes.”

The exchange began oddly: Both men showed up wearing dark suits, white shirts and red ties, and considering their age and bespectacled appearances, they looked like twins. Both men did their best to defend the Senate’s poor record of progress and bipartisanship in recent years, but the exchange clearly frustrated Kroft:

The newsman’s report last year on the financial conflicts of interest of some lawmakers compelled Congress to finally pass the STOCK Act, so, clearly hoping to pick up where he left off, he pushed both leaders to explain why they can’t seem to work together. They wouldn’t cede much ground. Watch the interview for yourself above or here.

Then make sure to watch Kroft explain his “exasperating” interview and his description of the odd body language between the two men:

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Ed O’Keefe is covering the 2016 presidential campaign. He's covered presidential and congressional politics, Congress and federal agencies and spent a brief time covering the Iraq war.