Ever Consider A Career in Diplomacy?
Occupation: Republican campaign consultant, founder of Americans for a Better Country, and flack for authors including Michael Savage, Ann Coulter and Zell Miller. Writing his own book, "Reagan's Revolution: The Untold Story of the Campaign That Started It All," on Ronald Reagan's 1976 presidential bid.
Born: Syracuse, N.Y., Sept. 24, 1956. Grew up on Norman Avenue.
Marital status: "In neutral corners." (Married with four kids.)
Childhood pets: A black Lab named Hector, a cat named Periwinkle and a de-scented skunk named Pepe le Pew. "He was like a cat, and very playful."
First celebrity crush: Julie Newmar (Catwoman on TV's "Batman").
Nobody knows I: Used to play poker with Bob Woodward many years ago.
Celebrity I most resemble: Dennis Conner, who won the America's Cup several times.
Most notable characteristic: "Arrogant as hell."
In bedroom you'll find: Ken Starr's two-volume referral that led to the impeachment of Bill Clinton. "It's on a shelf, out of reach of my children."
I'd love to trade places for a day with: The lotus eater of the South Pacific, King Kamehameha.
If I could sleep with anybody living or dead: "There are thousands! I think Rush Limbaugh said the reason he loved women is that he was a lesbian trapped in a man's body."
Most humbling moment: Yet to come.
Favorite quote: "No good deed ever goes unpunished."
Adult entertainment name (childhood street plus pet names): Norman Hector Periwinkle le Pew.
With Anne Schroeder
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