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A Delphi forum for discussing breaking news, memes, various topics of interest. From the serious to the silly, we discuss the top stories in the news, on Twitter, and in your social media world. Every day, a different story.
Reporters for the @NYTimes had been investigating Matt Lauer for several weeks. Here's my story -- updating it every few minutes https://t.co/vZnRELwC2C— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 29, 2017
For the last two months, @EWagmeister and I have been reporting on a story about serious sexual harassment allegations against Lauer. There were multiple victims. https://t.co/jW2QEeDOqo— Ramin Setoodeh (@RaminSetoodeh) November 29, 2017
JUST IN: Lauer allegedly sexually assaulted female staffer during Rio Olympics: report https://t.co/wf747oQrfv pic.twitter.com/LkC6OQ7tKg— The Hill (@thehill) November 29, 2017
Matt Lauer lost his job.— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) November 29, 2017
Charlie Rose lost his job.
Mark Halperin lost his job.
Glenn Thrush lost his job.
Billy Bush lost his job.
Harvey Weinstein lost his job.
Kevin Spacey lost his job.
But in politics...
Conyers still in Congress.
Moore still running.
Trump still President.
My surprise about Matt Lauer is fucking zero, since he was a disgusting lech to Anne Hathaway right on live television. He should have been fired then. Five years ago. https://t.co/WcQjTvaNlb— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) November 29, 2017
"BREAKING: Garrison Keillor says he's been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of inappropriate behavior."Read more from Twitter
So that's NBC's Matt Lauer, CNN producer Teddy Davis, and NPR's chief news editor all in one day. Anyone still want to argue with me about whether misogyny played a role in campaign coverage of the last election, or nah? https://t.co/VNfn3oYw7h— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) November 29, 2017
Exclusive: 9 women told The New York Times that the playwright Israel Horovitz committed sexual misconduct against them https://t.co/1mtvhEPnH8— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 30, 2017
"Taxpayers footed the bill for Rep. Blake Farenthold's $84,000 sexual harassment settlement, which was one of six settlements since 2013. https://t.co/gd1MKhxydt"Read more from Twitter