I'M OLD ENOUGH TO NEVER SAY NEVER

DICK MORRIS' WIFE TALKS ABOUT STANDING BY HER MAN AND THEN TAKING HER LEAVE

Oh, to be in trouble and have Eileen McGann at your side. One of Connecticut's finest trial attorneys, she didn't become famous until she displayed her skills on the lawn of her house protecting her husband, presidential adviser Dick Morris, who had just resigned in disgrace at the Democratic National Convention. McGann has finally agreed to have a drink with me the day Morris is emerging after five months of self-imposed exile writing his much anticipated book, Behind the Oval Office. She begins our conversation while moving furniture 10 times her size back into place in her newly painted apartment overlooking...

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