Fox News anchor Geraldo Rivera wants to die before he's not famous anymore and he really doesn't "give a s***."
That's what he told TheBlaze's Will Cain in a clip from "The Cain Conversation" when asked about his relationship to fame at 70 years old.
"Half the reason why I go to these places," Rivera said, "Libya, Afghanistan, Iraq, getting shot at -- is I'd rather die -- I've been looking to get killed in action for years." He added, "That's one of the reasons I'm so bold. Because I don't give a s***."
Rivera also said in the interview that another reason he continues to work into his senior years is how expensive his lifestyle is. "You have to be a millionaire to send your kids to private school," he said, pint of beer at his side.
Rivera has five children.
Cain tells TheBlaze Blog Rivera was drinking Stella ("just one"). For Cain, it was Coors.
The rest of Cain's interview will appear TheBlaze's YouTube channel later this week.