Lester Holt | (NBC News video report) | – – “Hillary Clinton is trailing far behind Bernie Sanders amongst young women — a paradigm that appears to be a surprise to the…
In the latest example of double standards in the world of liberal media bias, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt used his one-on-one interview on Monday with Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio to boast of the “broad criticism...Show More Summary
This week, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt tells Hillary Clinton how he “winced” when a young voter told the candidate that “people don't trust you,” even as Holt's scandal-scarred predecessor Brian Williams showed a stunning lack...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) It has been frustrating to watch the chummy and inept questions directed to Hillary Clinton by mainstream media types such as Chuck Todd and Lester Holt regarding the unsecured private email server Hillary Clinton used for official State Department business. Show More Summary
Reacting more as a supporter than an impartial observer, NBC anchor Lester Holt, during an interview with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, admitted he “winced” when he heard someone call her “dishonest.” He then worried: “Do you get your feelings hurt sometimes?”
"Not only did I cut him off, I cut him off to promote 'Anger in America,'" Holt tells Seth Meyers
The most important moment of last night’s debate came at the very end. HOLT: Secretary Clinton? CLINTON: Well Lester, I spent a lot of time last week being outraged by what's happening in Flint, Michigan, and I think every single American should be outraged. Show More Summary
Lester Holt: Good evening and welcome to the last Democratic debate before the casting of the first vote. That has a certain ring to it, does it not? No? Well, we’re going with it. First: Martin O’Malley, how did you find us? I don’t know how viewers found us, opposite “Downton Abbey” on a holiday […]
If there is a clear winner out of last night's Democratic Debate it looks to be NBC, Lester Holt and Andrea Mitchell. With 10.2 million viewers tuning in on Sunday night for the 4th on-stage meet-up between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders...Show More Summary
It's not the questions Lester Holt, Andrea Mitchell and random YouTube celebrities asked that stood out in Sunday night's Democratic debate. They were predictable, looking for differences between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton on Wall Street, guns, foreign policy and Black Lives Matter. (The moderators didn't seem to care much...
When tonight’s Democratic debate waded into the Black Lives Matter movement, NBC’s Lester Holt asked Hillary Clinton if these activists’ perception that “their lives are cheap” is accurate, and Clinton replied “sadly it’s reality.” “And...Show More Summary
Lester Holt of NBC went to commercial anyway.
Join NBC News' Lester Holt, Andrea Mitchell, Chuck Todd and YouTube creators Connor Franta, Marques Brownlee, MinuteEarth and Franchesca Ramsey as Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley debate in Charleston, South Carolina. Pre-Debate coverage begins at 8pm ET and the debate begins an hour later.
TONIGHT: Democratic debate hosted by NBC and the Professional Black Caucus from Charleston, South Carolina: NBC’s Lester Holt and Andrea Mitchell. TAINTED: Michael Moore demands Michigan Governor be arrested for lead water in Flint,Show More Summary
NBC's Lester Holt and Andrea Mitchell are moderating tonight's NBC News/YouTube debate, the last debate of the Democratic schedule before the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary.
NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, the first African-American appointed as lead host of a broadcast network’s weekday nightly newscast, will moderate the Democrats’ fourth debate, and their first of 2016, on Sunday night. All three...Show More Summary
Longtime NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell will join Nightly News anchor Lester Holt in moderating tonight’s debate among the three Democratic candidates for President. If history is a guide, Mitchell’s participation is a good omen...Show More Summary
“That’s a big deal because that’s part of our engagement with you, that two way street of communication that we love.“
The Facebook page for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt topped the 2 million-like milestone.
During special coverage of President Obama’s announcement of gun control executive orders on Tuesday, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt and senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing applauded the commander-in-chief playing on people’s emotions to win support for his unilateral action.