Williams Loses Nightly News Post

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The sad story of disgraced journalist Brian Williams, the former host of NBC’s Nightly New, takes a turn for the worse.

Rather than being suspended as previously announced, Williams has been permanently replaced as head of the NBC flagship news show. His quick wit and good nature were always welcomed on programs such as Late Night With David Letterman.

Now he has been busted to grunt reporter on MSNBC:

The 56-year-old newsman said the past few months have been “torture” as he examined his actions and read newspaper stories about himself and realized he didn’t like the man they were describing.

“I am fully aware of the second chance that I’ve been given and I don’t intend to squander it,” he said.

He also acknowledged that he “pushed back at first” at the punishment that was given. But he said time has passed and he now accepts it, expressing support for Lester Holt, who filled in during Williams’ suspension and on Thursday was named the permanent new anchor of “Nightly News.”

“Was it my first choice? No,” he said. “Obviously I wanted to return to my old job. I thought we had a good 10-year run.”

To read the full unfortunate story in Macleans.ca and the Associated Press, click here.


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