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GREGG JARRETT, "BIG STORY" GUEST HOST: The "Big Buzz" surrounding a new unauthorized biography of long time "Today" show co-host and now "CBS Evening News" anchor Katie Couric. But Ed Klein, it's quite a book, "Katie: The Real Story." Thanks very much.
The book presents a rather scathing portrait of the woman known around the world as "America's Sweetheart," insinuating that Couric slept her way to the top, that she's a shrewd and calculating businesswoman, ambitious to a fault, who routinely put her career ahead of her marriage to the late attorney Jay Monahan. ), which takes sole responsibility for the accuracy of the transcription. No license is granted to the user of this material except for the user's personal or internal use and, in such case, only one copy may be printed, nor shall user use any material for commercial purposes or in any fashion that may infringe upon FOX News Network, LLC'S and Voxant, Inc.'s copyrights or other proprietary rights or interests in the material.
EDWARD KLEIN, AUTHOR OF "KATIE: THE REAL STORY": Thanks for having me. You portray her, I think it's fair to say, as domineering, manipulative, calculating, prima donna, and I'll give an example or two in just a moment. For example, Chapter 17, opening line on page 139: "Katie had never hesitated to make use of men who could advance her career." You repeat the line almost verbatim then on page 153. KLEIN: Yeah, well the fact of the matter is that Katie, as a young woman starting off in the business, in fact did sleep with a married guy who was in a position to help her get ahead. And, in fact, they were only married for a month when she did and he was already having an affair with her before he married this woman. JARRETT: Do you think she tried to capitalize on his death?
But I kept thinking as I read this that if a man had done what she had done we would be applauding him as strong and clever and driven, perfectionist. Look, I mean, my point is, don't men do that and doesn't everybody do that? JARRETT: Now there are some who deny that, that he was already divorced at the time. JARRETT: A director who helped put together her audition tape and helped her get a job advanced her career. And I'm not saying that this is something that she should be burned at the stake for. Probably the most scathing line, page 112, when her husband Jay Monahan — I knew him pretty well — died of colon cancer in January of 1998.