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Sexual Misconduct / Lauer #1118301

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 30, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Linsey Davis) The apology from "Today" host Matt Lauer, who was fired after sexual misconduct allegations, featured; photos shown; Lauer's statement to the people he hurt quoted; details given of complaints by two more women with one claiming a sexual assault, "Variety"'s report on the NBC executives' handling of past problems, his dealing with NBC's Ann Curry† with Curry quoted. [WOMAN - comments on the woman's statement.] [Former NBC president Jeff ZUCKER - responds about Lauer.] ["Variety" writer Ramin SETOODEH††- claims NBC had general knowledge about Lauer's behavior.] What the NBC boss said about the "power play" aspects of Lauer's actions that caused the firing discussed.

Muir, David;
Davis, Linsey

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