In Barbara Walters new memoir "Audition – A Memoir,” she discusses dating Alan Greenspan.
We also learn that Greenspan, whom she recalls was a “nice dancer,” gave Walters bad real-estate advice in 1977, counseling her not to buy a four-bedroom, Fifth Avenue co-op for $250,000 during New York’s fiscal crisis. "So I didn’t buy it. Today that apartment is worth at least $30 million,” she writes.
At least he has been consistent throughout his career.
Walters Dates Greenspan, Rides With Castro, Courts Lewinsky
Robin D. Schatz
Bloomberg, May 6 2008