New York Gov. David Paterson has begun making TV rounds as controversy swirls this week about an unpublished NYTimes profile. He’ll appear on Larry King tonight on CNN to “address rumors and media reports surrounding accusations of womanizing and drug use, allegations the Governor has denied.” His first interview after the Tuesday’s press conference went to Don Imus and his FBN simulcast (video here). King has a string of notable interviews this week: he’s also had First Lady Michelle Obama as well as Senator John Kerry and his wife Teresa Heinz Kerry. More: Paterson will also be in the studio with George Stephanopoulos for an interview on Friday’s “GMA.”
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