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‘CBS This Morning’ anchors Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell respond to Charlie Rose allegations

My head is absolutely spinning over the steady stream of sexual harassment and abuse allegations of recent months. But this one really stings because Charlie Rose has been a part of my day for decades. His PBS show has long been a favorite and CBS This Morning is the best of the three broadcast network’s offerings. On this morning’s show, a grim co-hosts Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King responded to reports of sexual misconduct allegations against Rose. The accusations published in the Washington Post include unwanted sexual advances, groping and exposing himself to women who worked for or aspired to work for Rose’s PBS program. CBS News has suspended Rose in light of the accusations.

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  1. Couldn’t agree more. This one really stings, especially watching how raw Norah and Gayle were telling the audience what was happening. Still prefer CTM to the other morning shows and I hope the show continues their success with or without Charlie.

  2. Yeah, this most recent allegation with Charlie Rose kind of knocked me for a loop too. I really do admire both Nora O’Donnell and Gayle King and thank them for their honesty here. There really does have to be a cultural change for things to move forward. It is not acceptable period.

    Just now read Charlie Rose was officially fired from CBS

  3. Let me add to the chorus. I have always deeply respected Charlie Rose and enjoyed his PBS talk show. My job prevents me from watching any of the morning shows, but if I could, I’m sure I would’ve been just as big a fan of Rose’s in that format, also. So to find out that he’s part of this horrific story exposing this unexcusable behavior towards others just hurts my soul a bit.

    And I stand in awe of the women and men who have finally not just found their voices but had them heard. For too long, if people did complain or express their humiliation, fear, and depression, they were ignored or told to keep quiet. If anything good can come out of all of this, please let it be that their voices and their stories will never be dismissed again.

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