PARIS — Anne Sinclair, once a noted TV journalist, then the stoic, silent wife in the sex assault scandal that forced Dominique Strauss-Kahn to end his job as IMF chief, has returned to the spotlight to launch The Huffington Post — made in France.
After eight months of seclusion, Sinclair faced a packed news conference Monday with Arianna Huffington, founder of the news and opinion Web site. But she divulged no secrets.
Sinclair is the editorial director of the startup, the Huffington Post's first foreign-language venture. Huffington says more are to come, in Spanish, Italian and Greek.
The 63-year-old Sinclair promises no conflict of interest, even if the news is about her husband. She says her private and professional lives have always been separated.
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