It's been six years, and sometimes Bob Woodruff's brain still doesn't allow him to find the words.
The famed ABC broadcaster — the one-time anchor who was nearly killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2006 — recently broadcast live from the John Edwards trial.
Appearing on “Good Morning America,” he stood outside the courthouse, looked into the camera and tried to say that one of the trial's witnesses “went in and testified.”
Instead he said this: “He went in and terrified.”
Such are the dangers of going on live TV while still recovering from a severe brain injury that affects memory and word recognition. Click here to read more