People: Jun. 8, 1981

An old political hand like former Vice President Walter Mondale knows a little something about catching the camera's eye. After making his first appearance as "current affairs specialist" on ABC's Good Morning America, he quickly upstaged Host David Hartman with a whistle-stop wave. Mondale, 53, and Hartman, 46, bantered mostly about the pitfalls of finding post-Veep employment. But in future sunrise summits, says Fritz, "we're going to talk about how Government works." Though the former Vice President had to get up at 5:30 a.m. to prepare for his morning glory, he elected to go on without makeup. "God gave me...

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