What’s more, her interview raises even more questions about her sexual assault allegations.Her accusations against Franken are based solely on her own account, which already has been called into question.Both Hannity and Trump operative and GOP dirty trickster Roger Stone revealed that Franken was going to face allegations hours before Tweeden went public. The discussion about Harvard starts at into the interview.
“My dad instilled a lot of pride in our country and for those that serve.
But then, Stern stumbled on something in her biography that proved to be a whopper. “But you didn’t get into Harvard, so you can’t say you were going to go.” What’s troubling about the exchange is that Tweeden doubled down on the lie, instead of just admitting she faked it.
Tweeden said she “turned down going to Harvard to model.” Stern wasn’t buying it. “Well, I could even be accepted now, if I wanted to,” she said.
For what it’s worth, she said she also turned down Derek Jeter during his rookie season with the New York Yankees. She claimed she was 5-feet, 7-inches tall, even though her official biography lists her at 5-feet, 5-inches tall.
No big deal, except when you’re a model, height matters. “It says in your bio you were going to go to Harvard, but you decided to model.Before that, he was editor-in-chief of Billboard magazine and a reporter for the Washington Post among other media positions.