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Is Lisa Boothe in a Relationship? Who is her secret Boyfriend?

Lisa Boothe has worked with many politicians, Fortune 500 companies (like – Amazon, Apple, Google) and has a wide experience in political communications and navigating crisis situations. She is also Fox News Channel and Washington Examiner contributor where she shows a capacity to concisely gives a message and win every debate.

Financially and politically strong, beautiful and hot Lisa Boothe has not disclosed much about her personal private life. According to her social accounts, the sex appealing Lisa is not yet hitched, but rather would she say she is seeing someone?

Lisa Boothe has always been dependably a father’s young lady, who has seductive body measurements of 35-25-35 inches. Going through her Instagram account, Lisa has a number of pictures with a man, who happened to be her colleagues.

Youtube: Five facts you did not know about Lisa Boothe

In spite of the fact that she has earned much popularity in the US political world, Lisa’s past life and relationship resemble a shut box and her boyfriend is still a mystery. We can hardly see her private photographs and videos on social networking sites. In the event that we take a gander at her magnificence and mind, we can expect that Lisa Boothe spouse will be the most fortunate one. Having a busy profession, she is a secretive person and has no time for love or man in particular.

However, Lisa Boothe’s marriage is the most anticipated for her fans and followers. She is beautiful and has a sexy figure and finding a husband for her is a piece of cake to her but maybe she is waiting for her Mr. Right. She is a dedicated independent woman and can deal with herself.  As for now her boyfriend or husband is her career. Nevertheless, she is upbeat being single and getting not occupied from her work and career, which she consider a genuine matter.

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Just one week after he retired from 60 Minutes Morley Safer died at 84

Morley-SaferCBS correspondent Morely Safer, who worked for the 900 reports for the network’s TV news magazine 60 Minutes and helped change American’s perception of the Vietnam War, has died Thursday in his Manhattan home at the age of 84. Safer announced his retirement a week before his demise due to declining health at the end of his 46th season with 60 Minutes. His wife Jane Safer stated pneumonia to be the cause of death.

Safer started his career in newspaper job in 1951 at the Sentinel-Review, in small Woodstock, Ontario. Then in 1956, he began to work as producer of “CBC News Magazine”, covering the Suez Crisis in Egypt and then in 1961, he worked from London for CBC, covering various stories in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

He started his career at CBS in 1964, working as a London-based correspondent. While working at CBS, he formed the CBS bureau in Saigon and reported the military conflict in Vietnam. Similarly, he also covered Nigerian Civil War, the Arab-Israeli War and the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia.

He was pulled into a controversy after he reported a bleak picture of the Vietnam War. U.S. President Lyndon Johnson criticized Safer and his colleagues of having demoralized America’s role there.

In 1970, he started to work as a member of CBS’ 60 Minutes team. Safer was well-known for his style of interviewing consistently in friendly and gentlemanly manner. He uplifted the tone of 60 Minutes Shows with his high professional standards. Morley ended his 46 years long broadcasting career a week before his death. On his last Twitter post, he expressed his gratitude to his viewers.

During his broadcasting career, he interviewed various personalities including Former First Lady of United States Betty Ford and Actress Katherine Hepburn. Similarly, he also got a chance to conduct an interview with President Bill Clinton, Vice-President Al Gore, and Texas Governer Ann Richards.

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“The President Bill Clinton” aired on Dec. 10, 1995.


He had been married to Jane Fearer since 1968 and had been living with his daughter Sarah Alice Anne Safer. Safer’s 61-year journalism career was broadcasted in CBS four days prior to his death.

Morley Safer and his wife, Jane Safer. source : cbs

Morley Safer and his wife, Jane Safer.
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Farewell Mr. Safer
After four or five different wars, I grew weary of that work, partly because in an open war, open to coverage, as Vietnam was, it’s not that difficult, really.
-Morley Safer