CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell caught at hot mic talking on sex harassmentNBC news #CBS_EveningAugust 22, 2019
“CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell was caught on a hot mic during a segment on sexual harassment appearing to say: “Sounds like somebody else here.”
Her words are not completely clear, as O’Donnell, the recently installed anchor of the “CBS Evening News,” could be referring to any of the many sexual harassment and misconduct scandals that have plagued the network in the past few years.
Charlie Rose, O’Donnell’s former “CBS This Morning” co-host, was fired in 2017 after being accused of decades of sexual harassment .
At the time Rose said in a statement he was coming to a “newer and deeper recognition” of the pain his behavior caused, adding, “I have learned a great deal as a result of these events, and I hope others will, too.”
After the allegations surfaced, O’Donnell commended the women who came forward with accusations against Rose, saying it took “courage.”
In 2018, Les Moonves left as chairman and chief executive of CBS Corp. after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment or assault .
CBS News, Rose and Moonves did not immediately return NBC News’ request for comment on the hot mic incident.
And in March, Susan Zirinsky became the president and senior executive producer of CBS News, replacing David Rhodes.
Ben Kesslen writes for NBC News.
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