Strauss-Kahn's Wife Rumored to Run The Huffington Post's French Arm
Le Huffington Post will be launched in France mid-November.
PARIS - As if her life hasn’t been exposed to the media enough, Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s wife Anne Sinclair may be throwing herself back into the media ring to run The Huffington Post’s French arm, according to reports from the Gallic press.
Just months ago, Sinclair was preparing to be the future first lady of France, but now is heading back to work on her own.
Arianna Huffington’s famed blog will be launched in France in partnership with newspaper group Le Monde and its partner site Lepost.fr as of mid-November. Sinclair is poised to run the operation, but won’t serve as editor-in-chief.
Neither Le Monde nor The Huffington Post would confirm the rumors as of Tuesday.
Le Huffington Post is expected to announce its full team in the coming days and hopes to be fully operational ahead of the French presidential elections.
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