RIP: Legendary Journalist David Frost Passes Away

David Frost, the famed British broadcaster, died last night while aboard the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship. According to a family statement, given to the BBC, he suffered what is believed to be a heart attack. Frost spent more than 50 years in television journalism and most recently conducted interviews for Al Jazeera English. He was most famous for a biting interview with Richard Nixon, in which the disgraced former president apologized for Watergate. Over the years, he also interviewed George W. Bush, Tony Blair, and Donald Rumsfeld. While he was a cunning and intelligent journalist, he was most famous for his incredible brand of satire. The world of journalism lost a true legend, and we'll be forever grateful for Frost's contributions. Head over to The New York Times to read the full obituary. (The New York Times)
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