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May 6, 2013 11:09AM
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Matt Lauer is too full of himself to conduct interviews that are not colored with his own beliefs. Let somebody new take his place. Good Morning America is doing a great job. He should have been the one to leave the show.
May 6, 2013 2:54PM
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Yes, Matt is going on this interview show tour to improve his imagine - but there is nothing he can do to improve what he is.... a back stabber who has lost all credibility long time ago.  They need to bring Katie back too,,,,,,, goodbye Matt!
May 7, 2013 2:09PM
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Soooo  sick of these two, Savannah and esp. Matt!!!!!!!!

Go away!!!!!!!

May 8, 2013 3:05AM
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The entire show starting with matt lauer needs to be canceled. Their news is the worst I have ever seen and they think the whole world is funny.
May 8, 2013 3:41AM
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why you guys do not interview with people who have the substance and insight and wisdom.

Always talking with ?????peoples like: KARDASHIANwho do not have any, any what so ever dignity, education and are symbol of low level of life specially with such MOM which can be carry the worst title.

These group never ever represent any valuable things but visversa.

Please promote MERRIT, Dignity and individuals who carrying the POSITIVE LIFE, not this kind  ?????????? low level life with no value and lots of NEGATIVE

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