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Sexual Misconduct / Lauer #1118273

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New York: Linsey Davis) NBC's firing of "Today" host Matt Lauer after being accused of sexual misbehavior with new allegations coming out featured; e-mail from NBC's Andy Lack about Lauer violating company standards quoted; details given from the "Variety" report on charges from female employees against Lauer, including at the Sochi Olympics with lawyer Ari Wilkenfeld† quoted. ["Today" co-host Savannah GUTHRIE - says this is a sad morning, we are devastated & I am heartbroken.] Tweet from President Trump critical of NBC quoted; the 2005 "Access Hollywood" video played. [In interview with Lauer about sex allegations, Fox's Bill O'REILLY - says others beyond me are involved.] Other complaints against Lauer noted & more NBC statements quoted..

Muir, David;
Davis, Linsey

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