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Lauer devoted much of the Clinton interview to questions about her e-mail server, and according to critics appeared to rush through audience-led topics such as domestic terror attacks and veterans' affairs, implying that there was not enough time to cover these in detail.

Many also felt that Lauer failed to challenge Trump on alleged inaccuracies, such as his statement that he was "totally against the war in Iraq", which other sources called "lies".

With NBC he hosted the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from 1998 to 2017 and co-hosted the opening ceremonies of several Olympic Games. I do feel a desire now to find something spiritual.

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By 1980, he had become an on-air reporter for the station's 6 p.m. He was also host of PM Magazine in Providence and then in 1984 at WNEW-TV in New York until the show's cancellation in 1986.

In 1986, he then moved on to co-hosting Made In New York on the station (now WNYW after Fox's 1985 purchase of the station) with Jill Rappaport for a fifteen-week run.

In 1991 Lauer appeared as the co-host (along with Willow Bay) of "Etc., Etc.", a show on the Travel Channel.

Lauer moved to WNBC in 1992 where he became co-anchor, alongside Jane Hanson, of the early weekday news show Today in New York.

NBC hired Rob Weller as host over Lauer when the program was picked up as a daily series.

The same year, he filmed a pilot for the World Wrestling Federation's bodybuilding spinoff, the World Bodybuilding Federation for USA Network known as WBF Body Stars, though WWF owner/chairman Vince Mc Mahon later decided to host the program himself instead.On some occasions, Lauer has conducted interviews that escalated into tense exchanges.During a June 2005 interview with Tom Cruise, Lauer argued with Cruise about psychiatry and postpartum depression, and Cruise called Lauer "glib". He was the co-host of NBC The Today show, with Savannah Guthrie.He was with NBC from 1997 to 2017 and a contributor for Dateline NBC.As a result, Lauer replaced him for the sixth day of coverage, and hosted from February 11 until February 14.

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