Longtime news anchor Brian Williams concluded his popular nightly MSNBC Show "The 11th Hour."
The Democratic senator's luxury car made headlines last month after it was blocked in a parking lot by climate change activists.
Maria Shriver, niece to JFK and cousin to JFK Jr., said the Kennedy family would "never get over" the loss of the former president and his son while sharing a video of Brian Williams describing QAnon theorists as "lost souls."
The MSNBC anchor said the Kennedy and Bessette families "do not deserve the circus of lost souls now soiling the sacred place in American Presidential history."
The former president made reference to the Iraq helicopter scandal which nearly ended the veteran anchor's career in 2015.
Williams is leaving his MSNBC shows in December, while Maddow has reportedly been looking at other projects within the network.
Williams was a key figure in MSNBC's launch in 1996, leading the nightly news until 2015, when he was suspended after exaggerated his experience in Iraq.
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The MSNBC host is known for sometimes adding some deadpan humor into his broadcasts—especially when it comes to people opposed to COVID-19 vaccines and masks.
"Both men, both governors, face tough reelection campaigns. Both men just want to be loved by Donald Trump and the people who love him," Williams said Friday.
Greg Abbott vetoed a bill aimed at protecting dogs and said: "Texas is no place for this kind of micro-managing and over-criminalization."
The MSNBC host promised viewers "exclusive video" of the meeting but "accidentally" rolled the wrong clip on "The 11th Hour."
"Look around and look hard, because you can be a part of a great national effort to find the president's health-care plan," the newscaster joked. "We know it's out there because he told us."
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
After Wednesday's Senate session, Barack Obama's former campaign manager said Trump defenders "are basically rewriting 200 years of history."
Brian Williams, of the Normal Police Department, is also accused of attempting to hand back the money to victim's relative.
Frank Figliuzzi, the former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, said he believed Mueller was set to issue indictments in the investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, which could indicate what he might have on the president.
Tuesday marks the former anchor's return to TV since he was suspended in February.
The newsman admitted to wanting to "appear better" than he was.
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