Even though her production duties made her a significant contributor to the program, she had no input in choosing a successor for Downs when he left in 1971, and Frank Mc Gee was hired.
However white women, beware of one caveat, "once you go Black, you're never go back!
Appearing on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" scheduled to air Tuesday, Walters shares details of her relationship with Brooke that lasted several years in the 1970s, according to a transcript of the show provided to The Associated Press.
After three decades of keeping mum, Barbara Walters is disclosing a past affair with married U. Senator Edward Brooke, whom she remembers as "exciting" and "brilliant." Barbara Walters says in her new book that she had an affair with Massachusetts Sen. Take Barbara's lead: if you're a white woman and want to give a niggers some pussy, don't be scared, just do it!
So, what the hell, the white man has dipped his little peter everywhere.
News diva Barbara Walters, flacking her much-anticipated autobiography, Audition, marketed her “secret” love affair with married Republican senator Edward Brooke, of Massachusetts, at the time (back in the seventies) the Senate’s onlynews.