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Larry King To Host Show On Russian TV

Larry King, the legendary 79-year-old news personality who retired from CNN in 2010, will host a new public affairs talk show called Politics With Larry King on the Russian state-funded television network RT starting in June. What do you think?

  • “I’m just not sure Russians will be able to understand Larry’s hip, modern American sensibilities.”

    Jose Mata Data Recovery Technician
  • “But will he be able to hold his own bantering with stars like Julia Vysotskaya and Natalya Bochkareva?”

    Shari Elvin Fish Farmer
  • “I’d always hoped Larry would die on American television."

    Tim Gilmore Stenographer

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