Lauren Ritchie of the Orlando Sentinel has the sad details.
Grace's search for Trenton is about ratingsRead the article and then read Grace's "response" on her Friday show here.
Grace's rantings are stale. So rev up the Trenton ratings machine.
The overblown, error-filled announcement of her arrival is typical of the "it's-all-about-me" way that Grace pathetically clings to the only story that has given her a recent ratings bump.
It's sickening to watch her play on emotions in a real-life tragedy to increase her dwindling viewing audience.
Note especially how Grace continues to twist the facts (blaming Ritchie for the errors that NG's PR person made in the email.) Beyond that, however, the rambling response-- incoherent, bathetic, belligerent-- is an embarrassment to any news professional. It sounds like the rantings of a drunk in a bar.
It is no longer surprising when Grace is caught distorting the truth. Such revelations have become as predictable as the full moon. The really important question is why she still has a job at CNN. How can that network remain the Most Trusted Name in News when it gives an anchor chair to someone who is so uninterested in getting the facts right or thinking logically.
UPDATE: Lauren Ritchie prints some of the email she recieved after her column.