how long does a “comeback” usually take?
andrew gillum clearly wants his comeback to happen now.
the rona and his scandal has kept him down long enough.
he’s about to have a sit down interview on a major platform in a week…
On Monday, Sept. 14, Emmy® Award-winning talk show host, executive producer and journalist Tamron Hall returns to daytime for her sophomore season with a provocative and riveting hour-long exclusive interview with Andrew Gillum, a former rising superstar in the Democratic Party, whose hopes for a political future were derailed after a headline-making scandal this past spring. Gillum, who narrowly lost the 2018 gubernatorial run in Florida that would have made him the first Black governor of the nation’s largest swing state, will discuss his swift fall from grace, his rehabilitation experience in the face of adversity, and share what life looks like now. R. Jai will also join Hall during the hour to discuss the impact this has had on their marriage and their family and what the future holds.
andrew is fine.
it seems like he is gonna be honest about what happened.
i think that is better than playing like it never happened.
the key is to admit fault and allow the public to forgive.
anything else is disaster.
the thing is that he didn’t kill anyone.
his alleged cheating on his wife and rehab counselor’s issue.
if she chose to stay,
even if he allegedly was cheating with other males,
that’s on her.
the biggest issue is he got caught in such a messy way.
i’m sure there are other politicians with bodies under their belts.
i’m invested in this story and i hope tam’ron doesn’t hold back.
let’s reconvene on the 14th of september.
lowkey: the whore in the story is quiet.
i wonder what happened to him?
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