How Barbara Walters buttered up Polish dictator Jaruzelski for an interview
Barbara Walters' swinishness didn't start--or end--with her services to Castro. Our friend Tomaz Pompowski who used to write for the Polskie Times (a Division of the London Times) forwarded me some items on how Barbara Walters eagerly accepted and parroted Polish dictator Jaruzelski's talking points during their interview in 1983, presenting the cowardly pig as a "Polish Nationalist" instead of a boot-licking Soviet satrap. It's an excerpt from a book by career U.S. diplomat Carl Bastiani who spent much of that career in Eastern Europe.
(BTW, the extremely dapper Tomaz Pompowski really helped the publicity for my Che book in Poland...)
"Way to go and mucho thanks, Don Tomas'!"