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Posted at 9:00 PM ET, 12/15/2010

Update: Maxine Isaacs and Jim Johnson set break-up aside to honor Richard Holbrooke

By The Reliable Source

Johnson in 1998; Isaacs in 2007. (Frank Johnston; Scott Suchman)

Talk about a civilized split: Jim Johnson and Maxine Isaacs, whose separation we reported Wednesday, joined forces Tuesday night to honor their late friend Richard Holbrooke. Johnson and Isaacs hosted a celebration of Holbrooke's life at their Georgetown Ritz-Carlton penthouse; guests at the tribute included Holbrooke's widow, Kati Marton, her two children, Sen. John Kerry and other close friends and staffers.

By The Reliable Source  | December 15, 2010; 9:00 PM ET
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Civilized, maybe, in the day they were called "marriages of convenience" and Maxine would be what was called a "beard".

Two things; we are already over newsy bits on these two. He is not the new Larry Craig. She is not the white Sheila Johnson (although she is decidedly brighter and probably actually still has some money).
Jim, this is your not your cue to re-emerge. Slither back under your rock lest we have to call Ms. Kennedy again. You know she has friends at the tabloids.

Sounds like Teresa Heinz had the good sense to pass up this hobgoblin fest. Smart girl!

Posted by: JackStar | December 16, 2010 12:11 AM | Report abuse

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