The questions don't do the damage. Only the answers do.
It wasn't until the late '70s that a lot of people knew me.
It was kind of exciting being on the radio. Not everybody was on the radio.
Well, I was born in El Paso, Texas, it was in the nearest hospital to the family farm.
My mother did all she could to control me, but at age 14 she sent me to a military school.
But my observation has been, certainly in the news business, you've got to give 110 percent.
News conferences are the only chance the American public has to see Ronald Reagan use his mind.
There was a little bit of ham in me. And there's a lot of people say there's a lot of ham in me.
I'd rather work with someone who's good at their job but doesn't like me, than someone who likes me but is a ninny.
If you have a setback, and you're not doing well and then you overcome it somehow, it always sticks with you. You know it could happen again.