Barack Obama is now apparently taking the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency seriously. Obama appeared on NBC's "Today" Show on Wednesday, saying "anything is possible" after host Savannah Guthrie asked him if Trump could win the election in November. "Anything is possible," Obama said. Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie, President Barack Obama said “anything is possible” when asked if Donald Trump could win. It seems to be a change of tune from about six months ago. Back then, when Matt Lauer asked Obama about Trump, he made a joke of it, and said he could imagine him giving the […]
President Obama was interviewed by the Today Show: SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: Yes or no, is it possible that Donald Trump wins the presidency? PRESIDENT OBAMA: Anything is possible. It is– the– the nature of democracy that until those votes are cast [...]
On Monday, the always lovely Blake Lively was a guest on Today, promoting her new movie The Shallows. (Oh my god, look out, SHARK!) She and host Savannah Guthrie got to talking about kids, and Lively, who is currently pregnant, revealed that she and her husband, Ryan "Deadpool" Reynolds, are not planning to stop at two kids. Show More Summary
Savannah Guthrie stays home, and Kotb's going to the Olympics.
NBC has chosen Savannah Guthrie’s replacement for co-hosting coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics opening ceremony. As probably could have been expected, the network didn’t look too far outside the TODAY show’s studios to complete the hosting trio with Matt Lauer and Meredith Vieira. Show More Summary
Amid his tweets about the Orlando massacre yesterday, Donald Trump humblebragged about all the "congrats" he's supposedly getting it for calling it on Islamic terrorism or something. Well, Savannah Guthrie really pressed him on that this morning on The Today Show.
NBC’s Savannah Guthrie pushed backed on presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday after he offered himself “congrats” for predicting there would be a terrorist attack like the one that killed 49 people in Orlando over the weekend. Following the mass...
NBC host Savannah Guthrie confronted Donald Trump Monday morning about why he took credit for predicting that another terrorist attack would happen on US soil. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee tweeted shortly after the...Show More Summary
After hailing Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as a “progressive champion” for Hillary Clinton on Thursday, on Friday, NBC’s Today doubled down as co-host Savannah Guthrie led the show by cheering the left-wing lawmaker formerly...Show More Summary
Oh baby baby! TODAY's Savannah Guthrie and Dylan Dreyer are pregnant at the same time. Is there something in the water at the TODAY show?
There must be something in the water over at NBC Studios, as “Today” show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer just announced she’s expecting her first child with husband Brian Fichera. Following up Savannah Guthrie’s baby news from last week,...Show More Summary
The announcement came just three days after anchor Savannah Guthrie announced she was pregnant with her second, due that same month.
Popular TV host Savannah Guthrie made a fun announcement during last Tuesday's NBC show.
Yesterday, we told you about NBC’s Savannah Guthrie choosing not to go to this August’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro citing her pregnancy and concerns over the Zika virus. Apparently, she is not the only NBC employee who has elected not to go to Brazil. Show More Summary
Just a couple days after a pregnant Today anchor, Savannah Guthrie, said she wouldn’t be working the games due to the threat of the Zika virus, it’s been announced that Greg Rutherford, a long jumper from England, is hedging his bets as well. The athlete has announced that he’s freezing his sperm should anything infect […]
Savannah Guthrie knows first hand how harsh critics can be on television anchors when it comes to maternity fashion.
She announced she’s pregnant with her second child and that she will not travel to cover the Rio Olympics this summer, as CDC has warned pregnant women and their spouses to not go to Brazil for the festivities. So why are the Rio Olympics still going on?
Savannah Guthrie announced hat she’s gonna take a hard pass on attending the Olympics in Brazil, but pregnant Today anchors aren’t the only ones giving their presence in Rio some forethought: British long jumper Brad Ruthorford has decided that he’ll go, alright, but not before he freezes a sample of his sperm. Read more...