Stephen King on inspiration behind "End of Watch," 2016 politics
When it comes to the art of storytelling, few do it better than Stephen King. His success began in 1974 with "Carrie." He has since written more than 50 books, selling more than 350 million copies. For over 40 years, filmmakers have turned to King's library for inspiration. King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "End of Watch," the final part of his bestselling Bill Hodges trilogy that started with "Mr. Mercedes," and why he is concerned about Donald Trump's candidacy for president.