Naturally the idiot left a trail of text messages. Dumbass.
Here’s a story you won’t see on “60 Minutes.”
Veteran TV-news correspondent Steve Kroft enjoyed a string of hotel hookups with a sexy New York City lawyer, getting his kink on with the aid of Viagra and racy text messages — including one in which he told his lover he “would rather be eating your pudding,” according to a new report from the National Enquirer, which hits newsstands Wednesday.
The married CBS newsman — who once famously confronted Bill Clinton over the then-Arkansas governor’s rumored womanizing — convinced Harvard-educated Lisan Goines that he was trapped in a sexless marriage with his wife, author and fellow journalist Jennet Conant, the Enquirer reports.
The pair then launched into a three-year affair — the details of which would never get past the censors on Kroft’s own award-winning show. In one sexting session, Kroft allegedly cooed to Goines, “Miss you and all that goes with it. Especially my favorite tastes and colors . . . pink and brown.”
Another time, the 69-year-old newsman asked Goines, 41, “What exactly would be your preference,” the Enquirer reported.
“U all over and deep inside of me,” Goines responded.
At one point, the hard-working TV journalist, who has a son with Conant, lamented his long hours on the job, the report said.
“Working late. Just ordered out. Would rather be eating your pudding,” he allegedly wrote.
“Don’t work too hard this week bc I wanna wear you out afterward,” Goines replied.
“You got it,” Kroft responded, according to the Enquirer.
The newsman — who boasted to Goines that he was the “go-to’’ interviewer for President Obama — had some particularly unusual tastes in bed, the mag said. One time, he was “pouring champagne in her behind and drinking the bubbly,” the report claims.
Here’s a photo of Goines: