King's death was "another reason to hate COVID," the CNN anchor said as he remembered the broadcasting legend's impact on his own career.
The "Seinfeld" star is setting things straight.
The TV host died on Saturday at the age of 87, weeks after being hospitalized with COVID-19.
The 25-year host of CNN's "Larry King Live" had been hospitalized after contracting COVID-19.
The 87-year-old talk show host also has preexisting health conditions.
A former neighbor of Tara Reade has come forward to corroborate part of Reade’s claims.
“I like nepotism," Trump repeatedly told CNN host Larry King in an old interview that's going viral.
A spokesperson for Ora TV said that contrary to several news reports, King's "doctors say he did not have a heart attack and he did not go into cardiac arrest.”
The CNN host said it “sounds like Donald Trump knows plenty about campaign finance, a fact that could certainly backfire on him."
The longtime TV and radio host had surgery over the summer.