“You’ve got to have it on in the background while you’re making gravy,” Kotb said. “We’re just good company.”
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden were both forced to answer tough questions Thursday night during dueling town halls, as Trump vied for an elusive campaign reset while trying to defend his response to the coronavirus pandemic, his embrace of conspiracy theories and his stance on White supremacists under tough questioning from NBC's Savannah Guthrie.
"Today" show anchors confronted the news live on TV Wednesday.
The first indication something was amiss on the "Today" show on Wednesday was the absence of Matt Lauer.