MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell and CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo are in Colorado for the Aspen Ideas Festival. Bartiromo anchored her weekend show, and Mitchell hosted her MSNBC show today from the festival. And while there, Mitchell interviewed Bartiromo for genConnect. The topic: whether women really can have it all, balancing work and family. While both women have had successful careers in TV news, Mitchell and Bartiromo both added the caveat that they do not have children.
“I believe that right now, I’m happy. I have been happy,” Bartiromo said candidly. “I hope I don’t have regrets for not having children at some point, I’ll be honest in telling you that. I have no idea at some point if I will. But at this moment in time, I feel good about the choices that I made.”
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