Savannah Guthrie promises that the "Today" show has been removed from all the "creeps" since NBC fired Matt Lauer after several women accused him of sexual assault and harassment.
Lauer's former co-host told The Hollywood Reporter "there are no hairs" in "Today"
"We're all married, we're all pretty bored and there's a presumption in good faith, you know?" Guthrie said in defense of the remaining NBC hosts that include Carson Daly, Al Roker and Craig Melvin.
Guthrie's new co-host, Hoda Kotb, also defended the "Today" male reporters saying: "Al is like your crazy uncle, Carson is your best friend." I hugged Craig when I saw him We do not believe there is a new set of rules that we can not be ourselves. "
While hostesses may not have to face "chills" on the set of "Today," Kotb revealed that he is still in contact with dishonored Lauer, even after a woman accused the 60-year-old woman of assaulting her. sexually in his office until he passed out.
"We keep in touch with him," Kotb said of his current relationship with Lauer. "I mean, look, this is one of those complex situations, I've known him since I started working on NBC [in 1998]." When he was sick with breast cancer, he was the first to call in. Help and help in ways that .. You know, he was amazing that way. "
He added: "There's that Matt and then there's the Matt that the accusers talk about, and the voices of those accusers matter and that story matters."
For Guthrie, Kotb added, "… It's still difficult, right?"
Guthrie replied: "Yes."
Lauer, 60, was fired from the program in November 2017 after it was revealed that she allegedly violated NBC workplace harassment policies on several occasions with different women working in the program.
Kotb was announced as a replacement for Lauer on January 2.