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Geraldo Rivera

Geraldo Rivera (born Gerald Michael Rivera; July 4, 1943) is an American attorney, reporter, author, and talk show host. He was the host of the talk show Geraldo from 1987 to 1998. Rivera hosted the newsmagazine program Geraldo at Large, hosts the occasional broadcast of Geraldo Rivera Reports (in lieu of hosting At Large), and appears regularly on Fox News programs such as The Five.


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References

Official Website http://index.geraldo.com/

Twitter Profile https://twitter.com/GeraldoRi…

Facebook Profile https://www.facebook.com/Gera…

NY Times on Rivera https://www.nytimes.com/1988/…

The Wall Street Journal on Rivera https://www.wsj.com/articles/…

The Telegraph on Rivera https://www.telegraph.co.uk/n…

Michelle Malkin on Rivera http://michellemalkin.com/200…

National Public Radio on Rivera https://www.npr.org/templates…

Washington Examiner on Rivera https://www.washingtonexamine…

Rivera Amazon Profile https://www.amazon.com/Books…


Achievements

  • Rivera's father was a Catholic Puerto Rican, and his mother was of Ashkenazi Russian Jewish descent. He was raised "mostly Jewish" and had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.



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  • Rivera left CNBC in November 2001 — two months after the September 11 terrorist attacks — to become a Fox News war correspondent. Rivera's brother Craig accompanied him as a cameraman on assignments in Afghanistan. In 2001, during the War in Afghanistan, Rivera was derided for a report in which he claimed to be at the scene of a friendly fire incident; it was later revealed he was actually 300 miles away. Rivera blamed a minor misunderstanding for the discrepancy.



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  • Controversy arose in early 2003, while Rivera was traveling with the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq. During a Fox News broadcast, Rivera began to disclose an upcoming operation, even going so far as to draw a map in the sand for his audience. The military immediately issued a firm denunciation of his actions, saying it put the operation at risk; Rivera was expelled from Iraq. Two days later, he announced that he would be reporting on the Iraq conflict from Kuwait.



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  • In 2005, Rivera engaged in a feud with The New York Times over their allegations that he pushed aside a member of a rescue team in order to be filmed "assisting" a woman in a wheelchair down some steps in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In the ensuing controversy, Rivera appeared on television and demanded a retraction from the Times. He further threatened to sue the paper if one was not provided.



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  • In 2007, Geraldo was involved in a dispute with fellow Fox colleague Michelle Malkin. Malkin announced that she would not return to The O'Reilly Factor, claiming that Fox News had mishandled a dispute over derogatory statements Rivera had made about her in a Boston Globe interview. Rivera, while objecting to her views on immigration, said, "Michelle Malkin is the most vile, hateful commentator I've ever met in my life. She actually believes that neighbors should start snitching out neighbors, and we should be deporting people." He added, "It's good she's in D.C., and I'm in New York. I'd spit on her if I saw her." Rivera later apologized for his comments.



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  • In 2008, Rivera's book, titled HisPanic: Why Americans Fear Hispanics in the U.S., was released.



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  • A friend of Donald Trump, Rivera has nevertheless confirmed that he did not vote for the Republican candidate in the 2016 election because of "spousal influence". Rivera had previously said he would not vote for Trump because of comments made by the latter regarding Mexicans and other immigrant groups.



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