If 2017 closed with men on the retreat, then 2018 started off with women on the advance. On day two of the New Year, Hoda Kotb officially became a co-host of NBC’s Today show, taking the seat vacated by Matt Lauer, who was let go after allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. The announcement of Kotb’s promotion was greeted with the sort of joy normally reserved for the winner of a national election.
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