Eric Bolling, host of Fox News Channel’s “Cashin’ In,” paid a touching and funny tribute to its regular panelist Wayne Rogers, who died on New Year’s Eve.
Although most well-known as the “Trapper John” the hit TV series “M*A*S*H,” he was also no intellectual lightweight. He was a Princeton graduate and business consultant.
One thing that always set Rogers off was being interrupted, something co-panelists Jonathan Hoenig and Michelle Fields were prone to do often.
Rogers was a mainstay on “Cashin’ In” right from the beginning in 2001 — 14 great years, and his fiery commentary will be missed.
Fox News tweeted this remembrance:
— Fox News Fan (@FNC_Ladies_Rule) January 9, 2016
Watch the tribute, via Fox News.
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