Kroft, a five-time Peabody Award winner, has been with “60 Minutes” for 26 years and with the network for 31 years.Growing up, we were taught to “use our words” whenever we wanted to express what was on our mind, as opposed to pouting and acting generally miserable to get attention.“The first night they had oral sex, and the second night, they went the whole way.” The affair went on in New York and in Washington, DC, where Kroft invited the lawyer to meet him when he was there on business, the magazine said.
Kroft and Goines, who is also married, consummated the affair a week after he first passed her his hotel key, the report said, when the soon-to-be lovers met at the $700-a-night Four Seasons hotel.
“Steve booked the room for two nights,” the source told the magazine.
“Honestly, you’d have to buy my ticket this time,” Goines wrote him. “Come and let me devour u.” “Alright,” Goines texted back.
“So hold that thought and get me a ticket.” Still, Kroft, who is worth a reported $16 million, might have been long on passion but short on cash, said a source, who called him “a cheapskate.” “Of all the times she traveled to meet him in DC, Steve only paid once, and as the affair continued, the affairs went on from luxury to kind of low end,’’ the source said.
That’s pretty sound advice coming from our elementary-school epoch; why is it that we leave that lesson behind as we get older?
Particularly in romantic relationships, using our words is a step out of our comfort zone, since it is always easier to just send non-verbal signals and hope that our partners can read our mind. Sex is an especially tricky topic for some couples to talk openly about, and discussing it either seems to put it into an analytical or critical view, neither of which are that appealing.
“U all over and deep inside of me,” Goines responded. Would rather be eating your pudding,” he allegedly wrote.
At one point, the hard-working TV journalist, who has a son with Conant, lamented his long hours on the job, the report said. “Don’t work too hard this week bc I wanna wear you out afterward,” Goines replied.
Pundits have criticized Kroft for what some perceived as “softball” questions to Obama.