Where are they now? A CNN reporter fired* after proclaiming on live TV the Tea Party was “anti-CNN” and Fox’s cup of tea surfaces swilling wine in Bubba’s blabbinb Babe Zero Gennifer Flowers’s optical nightmare bar.
From this whine:
To this wine:
CNN fired Roesgen three months after she lost it live while covering the Chicago Tea Party rally, sniping it was “anti-CNN since this is highly promoted by the right-wing, conservative network Fox.” Four years earlier Roesgen was rejected by Fox News.
Roesgen’s November 26th TV 20-year walk down memory lane with Gennifer Flowers is getting media buzz for what Gennifer alleges: that Bill wanted to see her in 2005.
But the best nugget if Flowers is to believed? That Bill wanted to expose the 12-year affair to swell his name recognition.
“I made him a household name over night. We had had that discussion. He said, ‘My problem right now is that no one knows who I am. I need that name recognition.’ He went on to talk about the other candidates and the advantages they had. When my story came out, he was a household name.”
On Petraeus paramour Paula Broadwell: “Call me Paula! I’ll give you some really good advice. You’d better buck up, it’s going to be one hell of a bull ride.” UK Daily Mail.
Executive summary: You find out at the end of the interview that the sexagenarian is hawking a reality show.
*Roesgen wasn’t technically fired. CNN didn’t renew her contract three months after her on-air meltdown.