Anderson Cooper talks to Livestrong's biggest single fundraiser of 2012, Jeff Mulder, about Lance Armstrong's doping confession.
Mulder says he's a fund-raiser and an advocate of Livestrong, a fighter against cancer. Adding, “I'm not part of the bicycling world, I'm not somebody who has been hurt by this process.”
The Livestrong supporter explains his motivation to stay with the organization, “The inspiration I got watching him go up in 2004, it has always been about, well, I guess it hasn't always been about cancer, it was how to stay in shape…I went to the first event, and from that point on, it's all been about cancer.”
He says that the people he knows at the Livestrong foundation aren't fundraising at the charity for Lance Armstrong. Mulder adds that he will continue to donate and fund-raise for the organization.
Post by: Anderson Cooper
Filed under: Lance Armstrong
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