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He was my boss, my co-byliner, my infuriator and my dear friend over the course of 35 tumultuous years.
A byliner is one thing, this was pretty different.
It's always great to welcome to LARRY KING LIVE Bob Woodward, the assistant managing editor of "The Washington Post," Pulitzer Prizewinner, bestselling author, currently the co-byliner of an eight - part front-page series of articles, "10 Days in September: Inside the War Cabinet" appearing in "The Post."
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