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National Edition News cover for July 3, 2015 - Trump comments spark poll surge, put 2016 Republican hopefuls on the spot: Donald Trump, host of the television series "The Celebrity Apprentice," mugs for photographers at the NBC 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 16, 2015. NBC on June 29, 2015, said that it is ending its business relationship with Trump, now a Republican presidential candidate, because of comments he made about immigrants during the announcement of his campaign. (Chris Pizzello/Invision/Associated Press)

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Donald Trump, host of the television series "The Celebrity Apprentice," mugs for photographers at the NBC 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 16, 2015. NBC on June 29, 2015, said that it is ending its business relationship with Trump, now a Republican presidential candidate, because of comments he made about immigrants during the announcement of his campaign. (Chris Pizzello/Invision/Associated Press)

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In this image released by NBC News, former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal appears on the"Today" show set on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, in New York. Ms. Dolezal was born to two parents who say they are white, but she chooses instead to self-identify as black. Her ability to think she has a choice shows a new fluidity in race in a diversifying America, a place where the rigid racial structures that defined most of this country’s history seems, for some, to be falling to the wayside. (Anthony Quintano/NBC News via AP)

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A Detroit woman who goes by Ms. Dee fought off five home invaders June 9, 2015 with her personal handgun. She credits God for pulling her through her recent fight with cancer and the home invasion. (Image: NBC Detroit, Channel 4 screenshot) ** FILE **

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Brian Williams has reportedly been permanently removed from the anchor chair at "NBC Nightly News." (Associated Press)

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The U.S. government's assertion that Osama bin Laden's courier tipped off the CIA about the location of the terrorist leader's Abbottabad compound was a cover story to protect the Pakistani official that actually provided the information, a Special Forces operator told NBC News. (Associated Press)

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"If you read what the Supreme Court said" in a 2013 gay marriage case, Windsor v. United States, "there's really no other way for the Supreme Court to come out in the case that's up for argument on Tuesday," lawyer Ted Olson said on NBC's "Meet the Press." (Associated Press)

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The mayor of Brian Williams' hometown in upstate New York has denied requests to remove the embattled NBC News anchor's likeness from the town's welcome sign. (Associated Press via New York Post)

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Juan Pablo Di Pace portrays Jesus, left, and Johannes Haukur Johannesson portrays Thomas in a scene from NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues." (Associated Press) ** FILE **

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In November 1979 Ronald Reagan unofficially announced his candidacy to millions of Americans in an interview with Tom Brokaw on NBC's "Today" show in New York before making the official announcement at a Waldorf Astoria dinner that night.

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Actor Ben Stiller, left, talks with host Jay Leno after viewing a clip from Stiller's new movie "Meet the Fockers" during a taping of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" at NBC Studios in Burbank, Calif. on Friday, Dec. 17, 2004. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)

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Roma Downey, right, and Mark Burnett introduce episode one of the upcoming NBC series, "A.D. The Bible Continues," on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, to a crowd of faculty and students at the Browning Theater on the University of Notre Dame campus in Notre Dame, Ind. (Al Goldis/AP Images for A.D. The Bible Continues)

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In this May 13, 1983 photo released by NBC shows Eddie Murphy as Mr. Robinson during the "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood" sketch on "Saturday Night Live," in New York. The long-running sketch comedy series will celebrate their 40th anniversary with a 3-hour special airing Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. (AP Photo/NBC, Al Levine)

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In this Sept. 13, 2008 photo released by NBC, Tina Fey portrays Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, left, and Amy Poehler as Sen. Hillary Clinton during a skit on "Saturday Night Live" in New York. (AP Photo/NBC, Dana Edelson)

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This Nov. 18, 1978, file photo released by NBC shows Dan Aykroyd as Elwood Blues, left, and John Belushi as Jake Blues, performing as the Blues Brothers on "Saturday Night Live" in New York. The long-running sketch comedy series celebrated its 40th anniversary with a 3-hour special airing Sunday on NBC. (AP Photo/NBC, Al Levine)

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Several Republican and Democratic senators appeared on Tuesday night's episode of the popular NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," including Orrin Hatch, John McCain and Barbara Boxer. (NBC)

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NBC Mainstream Media Takes a Hit Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Veteran NBC newsman Lester Holt is currently filling in for "Nightly News" anchorman Brian Williams, who has taken leave while questions about his credibility are sorted out by the network. (NBC News)

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NBC News anchorman Brian Williams is now on career hiatus, saying he is "presently too much a part of the news" to be the nightly point man after his claims of facing down a dramatic attack in the skies over Iraq were proven false. (Associated Press)

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Rosie O'Donnell accused Brian Williams of blatantly lying when he repeated false claims that he was aboard a helicopter that was shot down in 2003 Iraq, comparing the NBC News host to disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong. (ABC via Newsbusters)