Legendary newswoman Barbara Walters passes away at 93

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Barbara Walters trailblazing broadcast journalist was known for interviewing the major newsmakers and stars of our time in a news career spanning more than 50 years do you feel funny crossing the Bay of Pigs with an American starting her career as a writer and producer on NBC’s Today Show in the early 1960s Walters went on to become the co-host in 1974. good morning I’m Frank McGee and

Barbara Walters is here becoming the first woman to co-anchor a network morning broadcast take three cues Barbara good evening after moving to ABC News Walters became the first woman to co-host a network evening broadcast on ABC evening news in 1976. thank you Harry over her career Walters sat down with world leaders and Hollywood stars you would drive me nuts and I would drive you crazy because I would be saying but you know but didn’t you or haven’t you or have you well we could try and see if it worked out

I think we’ll stop and reload interviewing every president and the first lady from Richard Nixon to are you sorry you didn’t burn the tapes yes does it bother were no weapons of mass destruction why are you so unpopular from 1979 to 2004 Walters was the co-host and a producer of ABC’s 2020 and in 1997 she created and co-hosted the daytime talk show The View retiring in 2014. this is to say I look forward to not having a schedule in her personal life Walters was married more than once

and is survived by her adopted daughter Jackie I look back and I think I wish I had been with her more I was so busy with a career I wish I had spent more time with my Jackie the woman who spent her career probing others and asking how she’d like to be remembered herself I want to be remembered by my daughter as a good and loving mother I want to be remembered by my friends as somebody loyal I want to be remembered in television maybe as a creator um as a good news woman no more than being remembered

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