CNN on Riots: "Perhaps This Is Some Sort of Mechanism for a Restructure in Our Country"
Deep Thoughts from CNN's Don Lemon.
"Perhaps this is some sort of mechanism for a restructure in our country or for some sort of change in our country for us to deal with whatever we need to deal with in this country."
Surely a complicated subject.
Perhaps Lemon can explain the change being brought by the attackers going after CNN's Atlanta headquarters. Perhaps if this were affecting his Sag Harbor home, he might be a little less philosophical about it?
Adding to the media pool in the Hamptons this summer is the CNN anchor Don Lemon, who has just purchased a house in Sag Harbor. The sale price was $3.1 million, with Corcoran doing the deal.
The quarter-acre property on Rysam Street, two blocks away from the village’s busy Main Street, contains a 3,500-square-foot residence designed, we’re told, “in the spirit of a Whaling Captain’s home,” with 5 bedrooms and 4 baths and what is described as a “recreational basement” with a built-in mahogany bar and guest suite.
Other amenities include a sitting parlor with gas fireplace, library with game table, and the kitchen and dining room look out to the back patio and in-ground pool.
Nothing says change like cheering on the social change power of riots while knowing you can go back to your replica Whaling Captain's home and its sitting parlor.