Larry King, the iconic TV interviewer, will step aside from hosting of his prime time CNN show later this year, he said Tuesday. Read the full CNN.com story
King, 76, made the announcement with a short posting to his Twitter account, citing his desire to spend more time with his wife and young children.
"I want to share some personal news with you. 25 years ago, I sat across this table from New York Governor Mario Cuomo for the first broadcast of Larry King Live. Now, decades later, I talked to the guys here at CNN and I told them I would like to end Larry King Live, the nightly show, this fall and CNN has graciously accepted, giving me more time for my wife and I to get to the kids' little league games," King wrote. Read Larry King's full statement
More time to paint his bald spot??
Well that's one less racist we have to worry about. You racist ol geezer!
As a devout atheist all I can say is thank god. The entire Crappy News Network should be taken out behind the barn and shot as a service to responsible journalism.
Now he'll have more time to devote to his family lives.
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