The "Good Morning America" host said she now sees the White House chat as the moment she stopped "letting fear keep me from the things that I want to do."
"I'm the happiest and healthiest I’ve ever been in my life,” the reality TV star told "Good Morning America."
Sources say Barbara Fedida, a powerful ABC News executive, has an extensive history of insensitive comments. She's now been placed on administrative leave while the network investigates.
The "Good Morning America" host noted her chat with the "Empire" star began more than two hours late.
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett gave his first detailed account of the alleged hate crime against him on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
She regrets not seeing the level of diversity in the White House she "strove to see."
The "Good Morning America" co-host threw some serious shade at the departing White House aide.