Brian Williams to be Fired From NBC Nightly News This Week?

Brian Williams to be Fired From NBC Nightly News This Week?

It's been four months since Brian Williams was fired from the NBC Nightly News, and if the veteran anchor was hoping that diehard fans would be clamoring for his return, then he's likely been sorely disappointed.

After Williams was caught lying about his experiences in Iraq and was accused of fabricating or exaggerating several other tales of journalistic heroism, the network benched him for six months without pay.

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Brian Williams to be Fired From NBC?

Brian Williams to be Fired From NBC?

Last week, Brian Williams was suspended from the NBC Nightly News following a series of embarrassing revelations about an embellished story regarding his time in Iraq that the esteemed anchor had been repeating for over a decade.

In the wake of that scandal, several media outlets reported other allegations of Williams' exaggerations and misrepresentations, including an accusation that he had lied about being embedded with SEAL Team 6 in the months before the assassination of Osama bin Laden.

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Brian Williams: Lying About SEAL Team 6, Berlin Wall and Pope John Paul II?

Brian Williams: Lying About SEAL Team 6, Berlin Wall and Pope John Paul II?

Earlier this week, Brian Williams was suspended for six months from the NBC Nightly News after being accused of misrepresenting an incident that occurred while he was covering the Iraq War in 2003.

In the weeks since the news of the scandal first broke, the beloved anchor's credibility has come under attack and Williams has been accused of lying about everything from contracting dysentery to watching bodies float past his hotel after Hurricane Katrina.

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Brian Williams: Suspended By NBC For Six Months

Brian Williams: Suspended By NBC For Six Months

NBC has announced that Nightly News anchor Brian Williams will be suspended for six months without pay.

Williams has been accused of lying about events that took place while he was covering the Iraq War in 2003. 

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