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Monday June 2, 2003; 1:38 p.m. EDT
The ABC News promotional spots for Barbara Walters’ upcoming interview with Hillary Clinton about her soon-to-be-released book “Living History” promise a no-holds-barred session where “nothing’s off limits.” Pardon us if we suspect that Walters’ sit-down with the scandal-scarred New York Senator will turn out to be a whole lot tamer than advertised, especially after the way Walters herself waived off Sexgate queries during Thursday’s chat-fest about Clinton’s book on “The View.”
According to the Media Research Center, the moment co-host Joy Behar mentioned Monica Lewinsky, “an annoyed Walters raised her hands, made a pained facial expression and said: ‘Oh, let’s drop it, let’s move on!’”
Of course, if…
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