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You know I was really struck -- by what Steve Roberts -- just a few minutes on the show about how we need is media.
To give voice to people we don't like like Saddam Hussein.
And like Putin who.
Wrote not that in the near times.
He's dead -- but or give it did he gave an interview to Dan rather.
And -- order -- aside -- that that -- Charlie Rose but you know.
There are a lot of people out there who were so I don't want to hear from these people and you yourself said it was.
It was hard to watch as a journalist go Charlie.
It was great but it is it's hard told -- someone.
Who hates America -- doesn't think that America is exceptional.
And it's and hear what they have to say.
By an American journalist well -- -- the food and I mean.
US the -- John carrier is actually are actually working live.
The Russian leader to try to -- and execute this plan we'll see how it goes it's more about -- right messiah yeah because aside we know.
Is guilty of many things one of them is guessing innocent civilians men women and children.
So you're giving us murderer platform at the same time isn't useful to hear how the twisted way he views the world.
I loved watching -- -- I hugged and then as a journalist watching the interview.
With -- -- and you you know it was just this real tight interview.
And you I I -- -- based on what I knew in -- that he was lying that he was trying to manipulate something.
There's something that actually seeing someone.
On the air this is why everybody loves sixty minutes so much is because you've got that one person -- entire.
Interview is looking -- -- -- -- Not something I wish we could've gotten to we couldn't -- -- I well we didn't have time but Julie Chen admitted.
This week that she had plastic surgery to fix her Asian eyes.
You know some people on the steps well that's too -- for the show because she was talking about.
You grizzled reporter Dayton Ohio and essentially that she -- to -- -- with -- -- to quote.
-- -- an actor that would right.
Let's face to -- how relatable are -- to our community because of -- Asian eyes I've noticed -- when you're on camera you look disinterested and bored.
So what does she do -- a 25 year old who wants to make it in the business she has plastic surgery and this is television welcome to television.
I've had the same experiences my friends at the same experiences when not to this degree I'm not.
I'm not saying it's to the field.
Well I would break a big story and the new stricter called me into his office I was in my twenties and -- he said.
And I thought I was gonna get some praise -- you know scooping up the competition being this great hot shot reporter.
And he said don't ever go on air again with your banks that long.
Okay and I walked out I mean so was the schedule at all what I eat what you look like baby but that is true and yeah we can get into this whole debate I just find it so troubling that 25 -- Asian woman -- That she had to do this in ordered to -- its television I know but it was just heartbreak.
What's interesting is that the station WGT.
And -- pirates on -- under different management apologized and we don't tolerate any kind of racism and discrimination -- really I -- talking about what you what you did.
This woman who's you know host big brother and -- you know the talk CBS morning news profile America less movement the terms -- yes.
She said that she talked her parents about it and she felt was she being a traitor to her ethnicity -- heritage.
By having her eyes made to look more American and then she came -- -- -- can't believe discloses.
Even saying that she had to trim excess skin found above her eyelids and that her career picked up right after she did.
-- -- next week for more after the buzz.
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