Bob Woodward strolled pensively towards the impeccably set table by the window - the one with a clear view of the White House across Lafayette Square. Wearing a sober red tie and a spotless dark suit, the legendary Watergate-exposing journalist bore the faint traces of a frown. He had dined at the historic Hay-Adams Hotel so many times since he first came here in 1971, he reflected. Until now it was always him doing the interviewing...
By Edward Luce
Published: June 5 2009 22:46 | Last updated: June 5 2009 22:46
Источник: Financial Times