One could argue that Judith Regan was fired because she was a “more or less powerful woman who deserved [her] comeuppance for having achieved unnatural success.”
Or one could argue that Judith Regan was fired because she pushed a how-to book about the violent murder of a woman by her estranged husband despite the fact that it was in consummate bad taste.
We won’t even mention what she got up to with Bernie Friggin’ Kerik overlooking a gravesite.
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