Geraldo Rivera has had quite the career.
He's been everything from a war correspondent, to a TV talk show host and is currently a Correspondent-At-Large for Fox news.
The legendary journalist recently joined Rundown host Lisa Brady to look back at some his biggest accomplishments and discuss his news series on Fox Nation, "I Am Geraldo: 50 Years."
In the segment, Geraldo went in to great detail about his report on the Willowbrook State School. In the 1972 story that catapulted him to national fame, Rivera exposed how the facility located in Staten Island, New York was neglecting and abusing thousands of developmentally and physically disabled people. He opened up to Lisa Brady how the story continues to haunt him to this day.
The Fox News veteran also discussed other career highlights and even his infamous 1986 TV special, The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults.
Just like how Geraldo's career has covered a lot of ground, so did the original interview and we could not fit all of the journalist's many anecdotes in one segment. On The Fox News Rundown Extra, we bring you our complete interview with Geraldo Rivera. You will hear more about the best and worst moments of his career. He also reflects more on his controversial decades-long relationship with President Donald Trump.