Donald Trump already proved he could steamroll an entire field of Republican presidential candidates. Matt Lauer wasn’t much more of a challenge.
On Wednesday night, Lauer became the first member of the media to speak to each candidate in primetime. Now, he’s suddenly the symbol of widespread frustration with how the press has covered the election.
Not that he hasn’t earned it.
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In what has become a widely panned pair of interviews, Lauer questioned Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump separately during an NBC News “Commander-In-Chief Forum.” The televised event provided something of a warmup for the three upcoming presidential debates, the first of which happens on Sept. 26. Read more…More about Business, Media, Journalism, and Election 2016
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