“My concern is building an audience,” says Dobbs, 65. “That’s going to take some time. I have no idea how long.”
He offers no reflections on the unpleasant end at CNN, the network where he spent more than a quarter-century after joining when it started in 1980.
“I’m not a person that spends much time looking into the rearview mirror,” he says. “I’m more of a windshield guy. I can tell you without any equivocation or ambiguity, I have not watched one moment of that network, not one moment.”
Is he bitter?
“Do I seem bitter?” he replied.
EDITOR’S NOTE _ David Bauder can be reached at dbauder(at)ap.org