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Diane Sawyer

  • People tend to vote the present tense — not the subjunctive.

    • Diane Sawyer,
    • "CBS News," election night ()
  • Einstein was always looking for a unifying principle for the universe. I think anxiety about hair is the unifying principle.

    • Diane Sawyer,
    • in Minneapolis Star Tribune ()
  • Competition is easier to accept if you realize it is not an act of oppression or abrasion ... I've worked with my best friends in direct competition.

    • Diane Sawyer
  • I think the one lesson that I have learned is that there is no substitute for paying attention.

    • Diane Sawyer
  • I'm always fascinated by the way memory diffuses fact.

    • Diane Sawyer

Diane Sawyer, U.S. journalist, TV news anchor

(1945)

Full name: Lila Diane Sawyer.