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LeVar Burton is set to guest host "Jeopardy!" this week, and the show is expected to name a replacement for the late Alex Tebek later this summer. Oliver Darcy and Claire Atkinson discuss the possibilities.
Julie K. Brown's new book "Perversion of Justice" expands on her Jeffrey Epstein investigation for the Miami Herald and documents the decline of local news. When a newspaper closes in a community, "I think that the community will be more prone to having corrupt leaders," she says.
Will NBC be one of the winners or losers of the Summer Olympics? Claire Atkinson discusses the relatively weak ratings for the opening ceremony and says NBC will also be judged "on whether this is a big success for Peacock, which is their big entrant into the streaming arena."
Brian Stelter says Donald Trump's continued promotion of the Big Lie makes sense "when viewed through the prism of narcissism." He also points out that political reporters are becoming more explicit about describing Trump's "delusions."
"Strongmen: Mussolini to the Present" author Ruth Ben-Ghiat says Donald Trump "has the same personality traits as many of these leaders I've studied," including a "massive ego, megalomania, 'only I can fix it'" attitude. Ben-Ghiat also discusses propaganda techniques.
Brian Stelter says any change in tune about vaccines was subtle and short-lived on Fox. "What you see in right wing media is this general anti-vaccine rhetoric," Oliver Darcy says, even though the vaccines were developed while Donald Trump was president.
Cincinnati pediatrician Dr. Nicole Baldwin asked President Biden about the White House's efforts to crack down on misinformation. Afterward, Baldwin says she was "disappointed" the president didn't give a more concrete answer about "how they're planning to hold these individuals and these pl…
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"Preventable" author Andy Slavitt talks with Brian Stelter about what the news coverage of the Delta variant is neglecting to note. Stelter asks if some of the coverage is "fear-mongering" given that the risk to vaccinated Americans is low.