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Lauer devoted much of the Clinton interview to questions about her e-mail server, and according to critics appeared to rush through audience-led topics such as domestic terror attacks and veterans' affairs, implying that there was not enough time to cover these in detail.Many also felt that Lauer failed to challenge Trump on alleged inaccuracies, such as his statement that he was "totally against the war in Iraq", which other sources called "lies".By 1980, he had become an on-air reporter for the station's 6 p.m. He was also host of PM Magazine in Providence and then in 1984 at WNEW-TV in New York until the show's cancellation in 1986.In 1986, he then moved on to co-hosting Made In New York on the station (now WNYW after Fox's 1985 purchase of the station) with Jill Rappaport for a fifteen-week run.In 1990, he was hired by the Kushner-Locke Company to host a pilot called "Day In Court," executive produced by veteran producer David Sams, who helped to launch The Oprah Winfrey Show into national syndication.The program was retitled "Trial Watch" when it went to series, and ran on the NBC network for two seasons.In 1991 Lauer appeared as the co-host (along with Willow Bay) of "Etc., Etc.", a show on the Travel Channel.

The same year, he filmed a pilot for the World Wrestling Federation's bodybuilding spinoff, the World Bodybuilding Federation for USA Network known as WBF Body Stars, though WWF owner/chairman Vince Mc Mahon later decided to host the program himself instead.On September 8, 2016, Lauer conducted separate 30-minute interviews with presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.The New York Times reported that the reaction to Lauer's performance was "not kind".After a year, he also filled the role of Live at Five co-anchor with Sue Simmons.

He had also filled in for Tom Brokaw on NBC Nightly News.

As the Today Show news anchor, he also substituted for Bryant Gumbel on the Today Show before being named the official co-anchor on January 6, 1997, after Gumbel stepped down. The segment was named after the PBS game show Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? This segment sent Lauer to various locations around the world, from where he reported on the importance of each location.



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Matthew Todd Lauer born December 30, 1957 is an American television news anchor. He was the co-host of NBC The Today show, with Savannah Guthrie.… continue reading »


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