"An Oprah Show investigation right here in America. The dirty secret nobody wants to talk about: Thirty-seven million people live this way. On location with CNN reporter Anderson Cooper, Maria Shriver and Gayle King."
"Invisible Lives Anderson Cooper, Maria Shriver and Gayle King visit families who are struggling to survive. See what it's really like to live in poverty."
Meanwhile, I've heard that she generously offered assistance and finances to help poor women in a housing project here in Chicago, and finally stopped it because they became so greedy and into their "entitlements."
Haha. Anderson Cooper, a Vanderbilt, Maria Shriver, a Kennedy, and Gayle King, best friend of Billionare Oprah Winfrey, will show you *what its like to live in poverty*.
I just imagine the quotes.
Anderson: "And Oprah, these people cant even afford Gucci Loafers!"
Oprah: "I havent felt this bad since french racists locked me out of Hermes"