The Obama family hobnobbed with the rich and famous in Tahiti this week.
Aboard a “super yacht” owned by multi-millionaire David Geffen, the Obamas spent time with the rich and famous.
“The boat in question is a 454-foot yacht, belonging to billionaire David Geffen. Fellow passengers included Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa. Rumour had it that Oprah Winfrey was also on board.”
But it wasn’t just singers and actors and talk show hosts. There was also on board a “journalist” who hosts CBS This Morning.
Here she is taking a picture of the Obamas on board the super yacht:
That’s Gayle King.
“Once again, CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King has demonstrated her networking skills. As the media reported how the Obamas rode Hollywood producer David Geffen’s super-yacht in Tahiti with bold-faced names including Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and Bruce Springsteen, there was another TV name in the mix. CNN media reporter Brian Stelter relayed the news in his “Reliable Sources” newsletter: ‘Another vacationer that wasn’t mentioned in the news coverage: Gayle King. But she was visible in one of the paparazzi photos from the trip. When I inquired, a CBS News spokeswoman confirmed that King was in the photo… but declined to comment on the ethical quandaries that a vacation with a recent ex-president might present. Of course, it’s no secret that King travels in A-list circles… she sometimes talks about it on CBS This Morning…’
CBS has never had any “ethical quandaries” when it comes to Gayle and her pals named Obama. She and her friend Oprah partied after the first inauguration at the White House. Between the 2008 campaign and her sign-on with CBS in 2012, she donated $4,800 to Obama and more than $33,000 to the Democratic Party.”
They tried to keep this a secret.
They tried to hide the fact that Gayle King was vacationing with the Obamas aboard a super yacht in Tahiti.
The Media is so dishonest!
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) April 21, 2017
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— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) April 21, 2017