I don't see myself as some television star; I see myself as a girl from Albany.
I wasn't a shrinking violet when I joined Fox News. I didn't have any power at Fox - I had no power in the TV industry - but I had been a lawyer for nine years who had practiced employment law.
I would be lying if I said it wasn't cool to see myself on the cover of 'Vanity Fair,' right? It's, like, what am I doing there? This is bizarre.
I'm an upstate New York lifer.
Being a trial lawyer sounds like glamorous work, but most of your time is spent pushing paper and arguing.
I have respect for my fellow journalists at the other networks, and I wish them all well. This is a tough business, so good for them.