Lance Armstrong Oprah Interview: Live Day 2 Updates and Reaction
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Oprah's final line to Lance Armstrong: "The truth will set you free."
Armstrong: "There is another moral to this story. It was about the ride and losing myself."— A.J. Perez (@ajperezfox) January 19, 2013
Oprah: I hope the moral of the story is what Kristin said in 2009: the truth will set you free.
Armstrong on if he's a better human being: "Without a doubt. Again, this happened twice in my life."— A.J. Perez (@ajperezfox) January 19, 2013
Oprah: "Will you rise again?" Lance: "I don't know."
His mom was a "wreck," Lance Armstrong says. "This has taken a toll on her life."— Josh Levs (@joshlevscnn) January 19, 2013
Lance: "I've certainly lost all future income...." When the sponsors dropped him, "That was a $75 million day."— WSJ Sports (@WSJSports) January 19, 2013
Lance Armstrong denies trying to offer the USADA $250,000.
Negatives don't cancel out positives, but if you collectively add up all the good Lance has done, I'd put the + up against any athlete.— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) January 19, 2013
Armstrong on why he decided to tell truth: "The biggest hope and intention was the well-being of my children. It really was."— A.J. Perez (@ajperezfox) January 19, 2013
I told Luke (13-year-old son), don't defend me anymore.
This is the emotion many were wanting to see. But here's my question: Do you feel like you've finally seen the real guy?— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) January 19, 2013
Armstrong starts getting emotional while talking about his 13-year-old son Luke defending him.
Lance Armstrong on ex-wife Kristin: "She's believes the truth will set you free. We believe differently on a lot of things."
Lance Armstrong said he thought he was coming back to a clean sport in 2009.
"Do I have remorse? Absolutely. For me this is just the first steps."— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) January 19, 2013
Armstrong said he's in therapy.— A.J. Perez (@ajperezfox) January 19, 2013
Lance on his tweet mocking the attackers: "You know what's scary, at the time I actually thought that was a good idea."
Lance Armstrong says his message to millions: "You believed and I lied to you and I’m sorry."— Josh Levs (@joshlevscnn) January 19, 2013
"If you're asking do I want to compete again, the answer is hell yes!" -- Lance Armstrong during interview with Oprah— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 19, 2013
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