He’s asked if he’s “proud to work” with Sean Hannity. “I respect him,” he says. “We do different things but he’s very valuable to the network. I generally agree with him, even if I don’t always agree with his approach.”
He also discusses how “competitive” he was with his father, Mike Wallace, early in his career. Later, he “came to terms with the fact that I’m not Mike Wallace and neither is anybody else.”
Says Wallace: “Neither comes out alive.”
(image courtesy of Improper Bostonian)
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