Tonight, NBC hosted a “Commander-in-Chief Forum,” which consisted of 30 minutes of Hillary Clinton talking about her emails and 30 minutes of Donald Trump declaring his intention to commit war crimes. As far as anything in this election goes, it was a resounding success.
Bob Costas joined Matt Lauer on The Today Show this morning to discuss the buzz in Sochi and at the end of the segment, Lauer casually asked Costas how much longer he was staying in town. Lauer waited for the response and then pounced all over him.
A-Rod's lawyer Joe Tacopina "would love nothing more" than to defend A-Rod and to talk about his testing history. If only MLB would be kind enough to waive the confidentiality agreement in the joint-drug agreement!
NBC's Matt Lauer brought Eagles QB Michael Vick into the Today studio this morning for a conversation full of personal growth and life lessons and redemption. To call Lauer's questions softballs is an insult to softballs; his prompts were more like those weird-ass softballs they use in Chicago.
Steve Phillips made it out of sex rehab alive and has definitely seen the error of having sex with people who aren't your wife. So he went on "Today," because this is information that America needs to hear.