(He has had difficulty finding a legit publisher to take this collection of unproven allegations and trashy tales…)
The memoir will be released Sept. 8 by Skyhorse Publishing. Cohen did not list a publisher for the book and, as of midday Thursday, it was not listed on Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble.com. Skyhorse has a history of taking on books by controversial public figures, including a memoir this spring by Woody Allen that had been dropped by Hachette Book Group.
Gregg Hersholt is a morning news anchor for KOMO radio in Seattle. As a member of the media, he is under no obligation to remain impartial. After all, why be different?
Hersholt keeps it classy on Facebook.
News you can count on?
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