• Giuliani's Associates Aimed for Business Deal in Ukraine

    12 days ago - By NBC

    When it came to their dealings in Ukraine over the last year, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman wore two hats, NBC News reports. The Florida businessmen were helping President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani set up meetings with high level Ukrainian officials, according to documents obtained by the State Department inspector general. Giuliani has acknowledged that he lobbied those people to investigate the Bidens and the 2016 campaign, in what Democrats say was an effort to uncover dirt on the president's political enemies. But Parnas and Fruman were also trying to make money by...
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  • NBC News President Grilled By Staffers Over Matt Lauer As Former PA Slams Ex-‘Today' Host's “Lack Of Contrition”

    12 days ago - By Deadline

    The blast radius surrounding Ronan Farrow's upcoming book Catch and Kill continues to grow at NBC News, with division president Noah Oppenheim grilled by staffers Thursday in a town hall meeting over how allegations of misconduct by Matt Lauer were handled. Also today, a former production assistant who had a secret relationship with Lauer while...
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  • NBC News Staffers Reportedly Grill Prez Noah Oppenheim Over Lauer Rape Claim: ‘We Were Lied to and Are Pissed'

    NBC News Staffers Reportedly Grill Prez Noah Oppenheim Over Lauer Rape Claim: ‘We Were Lied to and Are Pissed'

    12 days ago - By Mediaite

    NBC News staffers are said to be fuming at network brass's handling of the newly-publicized rape claims agains Matt Lauer .
    According to the Daily Beast , NBC News president Noah Oppenheim was confronted by outraged staffers one day after reporting from Ronan Farrow's new book became public - in which it was revealed that Oppenheim and NBC chief Andy Lack might have known about the rape claim against Lauer by former staffer Brooke Nevils long before Lauer was let go by the network.
    “e deserve answers from you,” one staffer told Oppenheim, according to the Beast.
    The Beast reports that the...
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