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Tales From the Clink With Julian Assange

Dec 18, 2010
Julian Assange, embattled WikiLeaks founder and international man of mystery, took a moment Friday to check in with Matt Lauer on "Today" and dispense such enigmatic gems as this description of his recent legal battle: "It is not the beginning of the end; rather, it is merely the end of the beginning."

W’s Top Reads: The Bible, WSJ

Nov 9, 2010
So, in his hype-o-matic interview with George W. Bush, "Today Show" talker Matt Lauer gets a glimpse of the former president's post-White House lifestyle. Hey, he has an iPad! All the better for reading the word of the Lord and Rupert Murdoch -- not necessarily in that order.

Bristol Palin on Bringing Up Baby

May 7, 2009
It's definitely "do as I say, not as I do" material, but Bristol Palin showed up on NBC's "Today" show Wednesday morning with dad Todd and baby Tripp in an effort to prevent other teenagers from becoming parents before they're ready. Matt Lauer snuck in a question about babydaddy Levi Johnston, but Bristol totally wasn't having it.
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Did NBC Dump Ann Coulter?

Jan 6, 2009
NBC has been taking heat for scheduling a book-pushing session with Ann Coulter, but according to the author, her "Today" show appearances have been canceled. Drudge adds that "insiders" at the Peacock say the network has banned ol' skin and bones for good, though that seems too good to be true.

Scott McClellan’s Disillusionment

May 30, 2008
Scott McClellan appeared on the "Today" show Thursday to discuss his memoir, "What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception," and the "two defining moments" that caused him to become "increasingly dismayed and disillusioned with the way things were going in Washington, DC".

Limbaugh Picks a Fight with Schwarzenegger

Mar 21, 2007
Arnold Schwarzenegger has had enough of Rush Limbaugh, who refers to the California governor as a "closet liberal." On Tuesday's "Today Show," Arnold fired back, saying "Limbaugh is irrelevant." That was apparently too much for Rush, who responded on own show by saying Arnold has clearly "sold out."