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Caroline Kennedy Withdraws From Senate Appointment Due to Rumored Affair with New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.?

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Caroline Kennedy hugging Arthur Sulzberger

New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. hugs Caroline Kennedy

Bill O’Reilly pushed up this RUMOR tonight on his show tonight first thing – Caroline Kennedy withdrew her name from consideration to be appointed the Hillary Clinton’s U.S. Senate seat because of her affair (Caroline is married) with the New York Times publisher (Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. left his wife in 2008).

Gawker noted the connection back in December 2008 but didn’t anyone notice? Or were they afraid of the Kennedy Klan and the New York Times wrath?

Why would Caroline put herself at risk of public exposure by seeking Hillary’s seat? I mean, of all places, media-centric New York City.

Is it the Kennedy arrogance?


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3 thoughts on “Caroline Kennedy Withdraws From Senate Appointment Due to Rumored Affair with New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.?

  1. You’ve hit the nail on the head: arrogance. NY Media asked virtually NO questions to Hillary Clinton during her senate campaign, so why should they (in the Kennedy mind) ask Caroline any thing, especially with an appointment?

    That she never did anything, never ponied up $$ to other in-state Dems, rarely voted, and couldn’t handle an interview made it hard for other state pols to ignore. Rumor has it, also, that Gov. Patterson’s staff is as inept as he is blind, so it was bungled from the top-down.

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