Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein interviewed White House economic adviser Larry Summers at the Washington Economic Club. CNBC had trouble with the signal and cut back to studio. While Bill Griffith apologized for technical difficulties, a toilet flush roared over the audio.
Was The Naked Gun's Leslie Nielsen in house? We missed the hocking, coughing, farting, stop and start urinating, but the audience heard the final washout. It was belly laugh funny, unlike the insider big money group washing taxpayer money around. Summers and Rubenstein are two major players.