If you plan on throwing a dinner party full of VIPs, whatever you do, don’t seat Bob Woodward next to Al Gore.
In a speech at the Organization for International Investment’s annual dinner at D.C.’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel on Thursday, the famed Washington Post journalist, who helped uncover the Watergate scandal, disclosed that he doesn’t enjoy the former vice president as a tablemate.
Describing an event where he was paired up next to the monotone-talking ex-vice president, Woodward said, “Now, sitting next to Gore is taxing.”
After some laughs from the crowd, Woodward continued, “In fact, it’s unpleasant.”
I don’t imagine that Gore would be a barrel of laughs.
I like some of the comments in the story.
I couldn’t think of anything more unpleasant then to have to sit at a table with both AL GORE and BOB WOODWARD. If there was ever two more boring people to have to sit with and fake laugh with it is them.
I would rather watch paint dry, bacon fry, or even listen to nails on a chalk board.
Bob Woodward is kind choosing his words about Gore.
I would have said that Gore is a f————g idiot
That last goes without saying.