Anderson Cooper's Inheritance Admission

The CNN anchor says he won't be receiving a dime from mother Gloria Vanderbilt.
3:00 | 04/02/14

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Transcript for Anderson Cooper's Inheritance Admission
Anderson Cooper is in the headlines after hate it it'd -- that he did on with the radio host Howard Stern and the upshot is mom might be a multimillionaire but. He's not getting a dime Cooper says his mom Gloria Vanderbilt made it clear there's no trust fund but. He hasn't -- -- -- Cooper says he doesn't believe in inheriting money and things that. Having trust fund would be a curse Vanderbilt is worth a reported 200 million dollars. It seems have a pretty level headed view -- things we know this because she visited Anderson on our show on live TV when he was an anchor -- few years ago. And the day he heard the news. Yeah. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And act now. Around Vancouver says his mom make more money and then she ever inherited and he's one of the hardest working guys in the business we know that for -- fact he makes eleven million bucks a year for -- moment.

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