“His struggle with MS, which led to his best-selling book, ‘More Than Money: True Stories of People Who Learned Life’s Ultimate Lesson,’ was to be the subject of our talk,” writes Hyman. “But that’s like interviewing Roosevelt about his polio while the Japanese drop bombs on Pearl Harbor.”
But he was able to do incorporate both into his take on the current financial climate. “Times could be worse,” said Cavuto. “Life is a gift, and its challenges are a gift. I don’t know many people who would rather the alternative.”
Hyman reports one of Cavuto’s doctors is a devotee of the “unapologetically pro-business” FBN. “[He] constantly berates Cavuto to give his voice more of a break. Maybe during the next recession,” she writes.
(image courtesy of Aristide Economopoulos for The Star-Ledger)
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