But what else did Katie Couric manage to get out of the college football star in their interview, the majority of which aired today on Katie? For starters, Te'o—who finished second in the voting for the Heisman Trophy—says that the reported perpetrator of the hoax, Ronaiah Tuisasopo , called him up to explain "what he did and why he did it. Obviously it didn't really help me out, but I didn't really say anything. I was still speechless.
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Not only are they not conceding, Bill, but their thoughts -- that there might have been some collusion among members of Congress, some are refusing to go through magnetometers And the question is how are we going to really almost deprogram these people who have signed up for the cult of Trump. Cornell Law School professor and media critic William A. Jacobson told Fox News that "threats of 'deprogramming' Trump supporters have become "common among liberal journalists. He incited violence. Couric even fantasized about the "Hollywood ending" it would be if McConnell "comes out as the hero" to convict the president.
Katie Couric may rejoin the "Today" show when co-anchor Savannah Guthrie goes on maternity leave later this summer! Here, in fact, is what's happening. Couric has had very preliminary talks with NBC about some sort of future relationship with the morning show she left in May Guthrie is going on maternity leave, so speculation -- surfacing Monday -- has centered on that fill-in idea. Former "Today" co-anchor, now NBC News special correspondent Meredith Vieira, who will launch a syndicated talk show this September, has also been mentioned.
The Yahoo! The goal of doing the show when I interviewed Carmen Carrera was to keep in the question that I very insensitively and clumsily asked and use it as a teachable moment. That show was taped and I asked them to keep it and not excise that part.