Norah O'Donnell acknowledged the rumors that plague "CBS This Morning", saying that on Friday the morning show will deal with reports of a housing reorganization in Monday's episode.
"We're reading a lot of things with great interest," O & # 39; Donnell told viewers Friday morning. Their regular co-hosts, Gayle King and John Dickerson, were absent from the broadcast with Anthony Mason and Vladimir Duthiers.
"I just want you to know that we will go to them on Monday, when Gayle is back here, and also to John," he shared.
"Our show starts at 7 o'clock, and our Twitter account is @CBSThisMorning," O'Donnell added.
O & # 39; Donnell's statements came after the reports overflowed on Thursday and the journalist was being kicked out of "CBS This Morning."
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The report may have been prompted by previous comments from CBS News president Susan Zirinsky that she is focusing on renewing the morning news program, especially after veteran presenter Charlie Rose was kicked out of the network as a result of the accusations of badual harbadment.
The possible change in the program's alignment comes weeks after CBS confirmed that Bianna Golodryga, who joined the program in October, would leave the network after only six months.
Zarinsky could take Dickerson to "60 minutes" on Sundays, and O & # 39; Donnell to "CBS Evening News," where he would replace current presenter Jeff Glor, as ratings continue to decline after he took over from former presenter Scott. Pelley in December 2017., Vanity Fair reported earlier this month.
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The representatives of CBS, O & # 39; Donnell and King did not return requests for comments from Fox News.