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Brian Williams confesses to his lies in interview with Matt Lauer as he says he was motivated by his ego and the desire to be 'sharper, funnier, quicker'

Did Brian Williams LIE about being mugged at gunpoint, saving a PUPPY from a burning house & looking down the tube of an RPG that had been fired in Iraq?Opening up: Brian Williams sat down with Matt Lauer on Today for his first interview since he was suspended for fabricating stories

  • Brian Williams sat down with Matt Lauer on Today for his first interview since he was suspended for fabricating stories 
  • 'I said things that weren't true,' Williams told Lauer, 'I own up this'
  • He said the past five months have been 'torture' as he was suspended from NBC Nightly News
  •  Williams still maintains he never meant to mislead people, and that he was driven by ego, wanting to be 'sharper, funnier, quicker'
  • Lauer offered Williams the chance to correct the record on other stories that may have included false claims but Williams declined 
  • Williams also said he had initially hoped to return to NBC Nightly News, and that MSNBC was not his first choice for his return 

Brian Williams has broken his silence in his first interview since it was revealed he fabricated stories as he begins the process of slowly rehabilitating his public image.

'I said things that weren't true,' Williams told Matt Lauer in an interview on Today, 'I own up this.'

He went on to say that the past five months of his suspension from NBC Nightly News were torture. 

Opening up: Brian Williams sat down with Matt Lauer on Today for his first interview since he was suspended for fabricating stories

Opening up: Brian Williams sat down with Matt Lauer on Today for his first interview since he was suspended for fabricating stories

Backing down: Lauer offered Williams the chance to correct the record on other stories that may have included false claims but Williams declined

Backing down: Lauer offered Williams the chance to correct the record on other stories that may have included false claims but Williams declined

Speaking out: Brian Williams 'owns up' to 'sloppy' reporting

Williams also revealed to Lauer what it was that caused him to begin fabricating stories, most notably one in which he claimed he'd been in a helicopter hit by enemy fire during the Iraq War, saying; 'This was clearly ego driven, the desire to better my role in a story.'

NBC revealed Thursday that almost all of the false claims made by Williams were not made as he anchored Nightly News, but rather during other appearances like speeches and late night talk show interviews.

'Looking back it had to have been ego that made me think I had to be sharper, funnier, quicker than anybody else,' said Williams.

He later added; 'I am a grateful person. I am fully aware of the second chance I have been given. I don't intend to squander it.'

He even said he would go 'door-to-door' to apologize to viewers if he could. 

As for his replacement on NBC Nightly News, Lester Holt, he simply said;'It's Lester's job.'

That being said, he admits that he was not thrilled to hear about the move at first.

'Was it my first choice? No. Obviously I wanted to return to my old job,' said Williams.

'I pushed back at first.' 

The embattled news reader also said that he was aware of the findings of NBC's internal investigation, yet when asked by Lauer if he would like to correct the record on other possible embellishments or fabricated stories he declined to do so.

Moving forward, Williams said he knows that he will never be fully removed from this scandal, telling Lauer; 'I am sorry for what happened. I am different as a result and I expect to be held to a different standard.'

Williams still maintains however that he was never trying to mislead people. 

Williams will now be moved to MSNBC when his suspension is over in August.

Brian Williams apologizes for inaccurate Iraq war story (archive)
New role: Lester Holt (above) will be taking over for Lauer as host of NBC Nightly News

New role: Lester Holt (above) will be taking over for Lauer as host of NBC Nightly News

On Thursday Williams personally visited both the New York and Washington DC bureaus of the program, apologizing to staffers in person for what he had done.

Shortly before his visit he released his first statement since being removed from the nbews desk in February, saying; 'I’m sorry. I said things that weren’t true. I let down my NBC colleagues and our viewers, and I’m determined to earn back their trust. I will greatly miss working with the team on Nightly News, but I know the broadcast will be in excellent hands with Lester Holt as anchor.

He then added; 'I will support him 100 percent as he has always supported me. I am grateful for the chance to return to covering the news. My new role will allow me to focus on important issues and events in our country and around the world, and I look forward to it.' 

Brian Williams recounts his Iraq tale on Letterman in 2013

Just weeks ago it was reported that senior executives at NBC News had been asked to brainstorm alternative roles for Williams, despite reports that some in the organization want him fired.

NBC News chairman Andy Lack, an ally of the anchor, had reportedly asked employees to 'think creatively' about a new role for Williams.

Williams had previously been the most-watched nightly news anchor and just last year he had signed a highly lucrative contract reportedly worth about $10million a year for five years.

In April an NBC News inquiry found Williams had exaggerated his reporting on a total of 11 occasions including in his award-winning reporting of Hurricane Katrina.

The inquiry was reportedly leaked to the press by someone within NBC News in the hope that it might force Williams to resign.  


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  • Locals in Red Bank, New Jersey, are questioning the credibility of claims by Brian Williams that he was threatened at gun point in the 1970s
  • According to a regularly repeated Williams tale, he was selling Christmas trees as a young man when someone 'stuck a .38-caliber pistol in my face'
  • Residents say the claims sound unlikely as Red Bank is a quiet suburb which was very safe in the 1970s 
  • 'I find it hard to believe anyone was held up in this area in the '70s. It was very safe,' said one local

Brian Williams announced on Saturday that he is temporarily down from the NBC Nightly News amid questions about his false recollections of covering the war in Iraq in 2003

Brian Williams announced on Saturday that he is temporarily down from the NBC Nightly News amid questions about his false recollections of covering the war in Iraq in 2003

An old story often repeated by Brian Williams about his bravery growing up in a quiet New Jersey suburb is being questioned by local residents in the light of his admission that he lied about taking enemy fire in Iraq.

Williams announced on Saturday that he is temporarily stepping down from the NBC Nightly News amid questions about his false memories of war coverage in 2003, calling it 'painfully apparent' that he has become a distracting news story.

Since apologizing over his exaggerated claims on Wednesday, questions have been raised about several previous claims by Williams including that he saw a body in the Hurricane Katrina floodwaters that hit New Orleans in 2005.

Now local residents in the sleepy New Jersey suburb of Red Bank are the latest to question his credibility over a story he told Esquire magazine in 2005 about being mugged at gunpoint during the 1970s.

Williams recalls being left 'looking up at a thug's snub-nosed .38 while selling Christmas trees out of the back of a truck.'

According to his story he was trying to help a local church when the thief grabbed his money.

'That wasn't a bad job, until a guy came up and stuck a .38-caliber pistol in my face and made me hand over all the money. Merry Christmas, right? Of course, I suddenly appreciated the other jobs I thought I hated,' Williams recalled when he told New Jersey Monthly in 2008. 

An old story often repeated by Brian Williams about his bravery growing up in the quiet New Jersey suburb of Red Bank, pictured, is being questioned after he admitted lying about his bravery in Iraq

An old story often repeated by Brian Williams about his bravery growing up in the quiet New Jersey suburb of Red Bank, pictured, is being questioned after he admitted lying about his bravery in Iraq

HBO's Bill Maher joked that Brian Williams told such big lies that he could work at Fox News

HBO's Bill Maher joked that Brian Williams told such big lies that he could work at Fox News

But several longtime Red Bank residents aren't convinced by Williams' claims.

'I would highly doubt he's telling the truth,' Danny Murphy told the New York Post.

'I find it hard to believe anyone was held up in this area in the '70s. It was very safe,' said Murphy who owned a restaurant just a few blocks from where Williams claims he was accosted.

The Post spoke to several residents who recall the area being so safe at the time that kids could walk around alone at night on their own.

'It was never dangerous here,' said Yolanda DeMaria, 93. 'It was a very peaceful town, a lovely town. It was a small town with a dress shop and a five-and-dime. No one locked their cars.' 

Another local resident also found Williams' claims difficult to take seriously. 

'Don't listen to Brian Williams,' said Les Carbone, 85. 'He's going to tell you a lot of things. I doubt he was robbed at gunpoint. I was born in Red Bank, there were no crimes like that. Tell Brian Williams to stop lying.'

Conan O'Brien also poked fun at Williams in a parody video where the news anchor takes credit for just about everything

Conan O'Brien also poked fun at Williams in a parody video where the news anchor takes credit for just about everything

Williams' troubles started on 30 January when the Nightly News ran a tribute to a retired soldier he had first met in Iraq in 2003. In his report Williams repeated his claim that his aircraft was hit by enemy fire and then the complaints started to flood in 

Williams' troubles started on 30 January when the Nightly News ran a tribute to a retired soldier he had first met in Iraq in 2003. In his report Williams repeated his claim that his aircraft was hit by enemy fire and then the complaints started to flood in 

With Williams’ credibility being called into question over his wild claims about his time in Iraq, NBC News announced on Friday that an internal investigation is being carried out.

Also on Friday, Williams found himself the butt of a joke by Bill Maher, who suggested that the news anchor told such big lies that he could work at Fox News.

'When we get older… we misplace our keys, we have trouble with people’s names, we can’t remember if the helicopter we were in crashed,' quipped the late night host during his HBO show.

Williams made such a 'blatant departure from the truth, he got an offer from Fox News,' joked Maher.

Conan O'Brien is another late night host getting mileage out of Williams. He joked that the NBC News presenter had tried to 'get in on someone's glory' more than once.

O'Brien then showed manipulated video of Williams saying he was responsible for the Miracle on the Hudson plane landing and climbing a giant rock - like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 2.

More Brian Williams Exaggerations from Conan O'Brien
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Brian Williams' conflicting stories about how he once saved a PUPPY from a burning house ... or was it two puppies?

  • Brian Williams said in a 2011 interview that as a volunteer firefighter he once saved a puppy from a house engulfed in flames 
  • In a 2005 interview however he said he saved two puppies
  • This as the NBC news anchor was forced to confess he 'made a mistake recalling' that a helicopter he was on in Iraq took enemy fire
  • Now some are also questioning claims he made about post-Katrina New Orleans, including the fact he saw a body floating in the French Quarter 
  • NBC has launched a probe though Williams remains the anchor for their Nightly News program 

Brian Williams may be in hot water again over a story he shared years ago about his work as a volunteer firefighter.

Williams said in a 2011 interview that while he was a teenager, he ran into a burning home and while conducting a search, came across some thing 'warm and squishy.'

When he got outside he realized he had saved a puppy.

A few years earlier though, in an interview with Esquire, there were two puppies.

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Brian Williams (above) told two different versions of a story about saving a puppy from a house fire in interviews

Brian Williams (above) told two different versions of a story about saving a puppy from a house fire in interviews

This comes as Williams (pictured in Iraq in 2003 with Command Sgt. Major Tim Terpack) had to apologize over claims he was on a helicopter that took enemy fire in Iraq

This comes as Williams (pictured in Iraq in 2003 with Command Sgt. Major Tim Terpack) had to apologize over claims he was on a helicopter that took enemy fire in Iraq

'I remember one such house fire — the structure was fully involved with flames and smoke. I was wearing a breathing apparatus, conducting a search on my hands and knees, when I felt something warm, squishy and furry on the floor of a closet,' Williams told USA Today in 2011. 

'I instinctively tucked it in my coat. When I got outside, I saw two small eyes staring up at me, and I returned the 3-week-old (and very scared) puppy to its grateful owners.' 

In a July 2005 interview with Esquire however, the embattled news anchor said; 'All I ever did as a volunteer fireman was once save two puppies.'

This as Williams recently confessed that he 'made a mistake recalling' a flight he took on a Chinook helicopter over Iraq in 2003. 

Williams had said in a new segment that the aircraft he was on was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade that miraculously didn't explode, and that he and those aboard managed to land with no loss of life.

That story too seemed to change too as it was being recounted by Williams though, as during an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman he said; 'Two of our four helicopters were hit by ground fire, including the one I was in, RPG and AK-47.'

The whole thing went down in flames though when two men who were on the chopper called out Williams on his version of events, saying they never took any enemy fire.

Brian Williams apologizes for inaccurate Iraq war story
Williams is now also being questioned over claims he made in the wake of Hurricane Katrina (above)

Williams is now also being questioned over claims he made in the wake of Hurricane Katrina (above)

NBC has now launched a probe, and more of William's stories are now being questioned, including one in which he claimed to see a body floating down the street in the French Quarter of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, right past the Ritz-Carlton hotel where he was staying.

The lack of flooding in that area makes this sighting seem unlikely to some.

He also claimed during the trip to be one of the few people to come down with dysentery, something that was not prevalent in the flood waters at that time, and that he witnessed a suicide. 

And NBC is not the only network looking into Williams, as reports have emerged that ABC is now doing the same in hopes of finding other possible false claims made by the newsman.

Brian Williams on Katrina suicide and catching dysentery
It is being reported that Tom Brokaw (left) thinks Williams (right) should be fired

It is being reported that Tom Brokaw (left) thinks Williams (right) should be fired

'This has been a difficult few days for all of us at NBC News,' NBC News President Deborah Turness said in a staff memo circulated Friday. 

'Yesterday, Brian and I spoke to the Nightly News team. And this morning at the Editorial Exchange, we both addressed the wider group. Brian apologized once again, and specifically expressed how sorry he is for the impact this has had on all of you and on this proud organization.

'As you would expect, we have a team dedicated to gathering the facts to help us make sense of all that has transpired. We're working on what the best next steps are – and when we have something to communicate we will of course share it with you.'

Should Williams decide to step down, or be let go, there is one person who has already made it clear she would love to fill his role - Katie Couric. 

There have also been reports that former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw believes Williams should be fire. 

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  • 'I looked down the tube of an RPG that had been fired at us': Suspended Brian Williams' 2007 interview about Iraq War helicopter attack that troops say never happened

    Fresh footage has emerged of Brian Williams lying about the 2003 Iraq war story that has forced him to step away from anchoring NBC Nightly News
  • In a 2007 interview with a student journalist Williams claims that he was close enough to stare down the barrel of an RPG during the incident in Iraq
  • He also claims to have had a similar close call in Israel in 2006, yet his original report make on mention of rockets passing 'just beneath'
  • 'I've been very, very lucky the way my life has turned out,' Williams told his student interviewer in 2007
  • NBC News announced on Friday that an internal investigation had been launched after questions arose over Williams' false on-air statements

In the wake of Brian Williams' decision to temporarily step away from the NBC Nightly News, fresh footage has emerged of him lying yet again about the 2003 Iraq war story that has got him into so much hot water.

The latest footage to surface is a 2007 interview with Fairfield University Student Television in which Williams repeats his claim that a rocket-propelled grenade was fired at his helicopter.

The news anchor admitted on Wednesday that the story is totally false, but in the interview with a student journalist he even goes further and claims that he was close enough to stare down the barrel of the weapon. 

In a 2007 interview with Fairfield University Student Television, Williams claims that he was close enough to stare down the barrel of an RPG that had been fired at his helicopter in Iraq in 2003

In a 2007 interview with Fairfield University Student Television, Williams claims that he was close enough to stare down the barrel of an RPG that had been fired at his helicopter in Iraq in 2003

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'I looked down the tube of an RPG that had been fired at us and had hit the chopper in front of ours. And I'm so fortunate to be sitting here,' Williams told his young interviewer prior to a speaking engagement at the campus.

During the same interview Williams also recalls a close call in Israel in 2006 when he also claims he was lucky to escape rocket fire, reports Mediaite.

'I've been very lucky to have survived a few things that I've been involved in,' said Williams in 2007.

'The war with Hezbollah in Israel a few years back where there were Katyusha rockets passing just underneath the helicopter I was riding in.'

Yet Williams' original report on the July 2006 incident tells a rather less dramatic version of events.

It does not reference anything close to rockets passing 'just beneath' his chopper and nor does he make any claims about being lucky to be alive.

Fresh footage has emerged of Brian Williams, pictured above in 2014, lying yet again about the 2003 Iraq war story that has forced him to temporarily step away from anchoring the NBC Nightly News

'The trails of smoke and dust visible out the window are where Katyusha rockets have landed - in this case in the uninhabited Israeli countryside, and in some cases they have set fire to the surrounding brush. The missiles are unguided and random. And plentiful,' writes Williams.

'Then, I noticed something out the window. From a distance of six miles, I witnessed a rocket launch. A rising trail of smoke, then a second rocket launch, an orange flash and more smoke — as a rocket heads off toward Israel.'

But, in the 2007 interview, he told the student: 'I've been very, very lucky the way my life has turned out.'

NBC News President Deborah Turness announced on Friday that an internal investigation had been launched after questions arose over Williams' false on-air statements that he was in a helicopter hit by a rocket-propelled grenade while in Iraq in 2003. 

Then in a memo on Saturday to NBC News staff, that was released by the network, the anchorman said that as managing editor of NBC Nightly News it had become 'painfully apparent' that he has become a distracting news story.

Williams announced that was taking himself off the broadcast for several days with weekend anchor Lester Holt set to fill in.

Brian Williams takes himself off Nightly News amid scandal
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'Made a mistake recalling': Williams, shown above reporting from Iraq, has claimed he was on a Chinook helicopter that was hit by an RPG in 2003. He wasn't
Invention? Claims by Williams that he saw a dead body in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina have also come under suspicion

'Made a mistake recalling': Williams, shown left in Iraq and right in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, has found his claims met with scrutiny

Brian Williams on Katrina suicide and catching dysentery
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'I AM PRESENTLY TOO MUCH A PART OF THE NEWS': BRIAN WILLIAMS' STATEMENT IN FULL  

In the midst of a career spent covering and consuming news, it has become painfully apparent to me that I am presently too much a part of the news, due to my actions.'

As Managing Editor of NBC Nightly News, I have decided to take myself off of my daily broadcast for the next several days, and Lester Holt has kindly agreed to sit in for me to allow us to adequately deal with this issue. 

Upon my return, I will continue my career-long effort to be worthy of the trust of those who place their trust in us.

A source told the DailyMail.com Williams will not be involved in any of the day-to-day editing of the program during his absence.

It has been repeatedly reported that NBC executives were warned a year ago about Williams constantly inflating his biography.

The New York Times reports that it had got to the point where it was a joke in the news division but 'there was no one around to pull his chain when he got too over-the-top'.

NBC News refused to comment Saturday on when or whether Williams would return and who would decide his future. Williams, however, said he would be back.

'In the midst of a career spent covering and consuming news, it has become painfully apparent to me that I am presently too much a part of the news, due to my actions,' Williams said in his memo.

'Upon my return, I will continue my career-long effort to be worthy of the trust of those who place their trust in us,' he wrote.

There was no indication by Williams, who has anchored NBC Nightly News since 2004, that an absence was forthcoming during his newscast on Friday. He signed off as he usually does, saying he hoped people would be back to see him on Monday.

Holt did mention Williams' leave in Saturday's newscast.

'A word tonight about our colleague Brian Williams, who you may know has been under scrutiny this past week over his recollection of certain stories he's covered,' Holt said before reading Williams' memo to viewers.

Brian Williams apologizes for inaccurate Iraq war story

Since Williams' apology, questions also have been raised about his claim that he saw a body or bodies in the Hurricane Katrina floodwaters that hit New Orleans in 2005.

His remarks in a 2006 interview drew suspicion because there was relatively little flooding in New Orleans' French Quarter, the area where Williams was staying. 

A person at NBC confirmed that Williams stayed at the Ritz-Carlton, which is in an area where a news photographer and a law enforcement official said they saw bodies. 

Nightly News has reigned as the top-rated evening newscast over its competition on CBS and ABC.

Williams' importance to NBC News goes beyond his anchor status, said Al Tompkins, a faculty member for broadcast and online at The Poynter Institute, a journalism think tank.

'He sets the tone of the network. It may not be as critical as when (Walter) Cronkite was CBS' anchor, in every way, but he is more than a face,' he said.

Williams' absence itself is a delicate challenge, according to Tompkins.

'He can't be gone long. The timing will be critical - too short and it won't seem like he has taken himself out of the game long enough, and too long and he looks like damaged goods,' he said.

LESTER HOLT: THE BROADCASTER WHO STARTED OUT AS A COUNTRY AND WESTERN DJ AND HAS BEEN KNOWN TO OVERSLEEP  

Replacement: Lester Holt anchors the weekend editions of NBC's Today show and Dateline

Replacement: Lester Holt anchors the weekend editions of NBC's Today show and Dateline

Lester Holt anchors the weekend editions of NBC's Today show and Dateline.

The 55-year-old also hosts the weekend edition of the Nightly News.  

He has already spent time in the role he is taking over - having covered for Williams when he was having knee replacement surgery in August 2013.

Holt's first job was as a DJ for a Country and Western station during college. 

Hoping for a career in the entertainment industry, he soon discovered he could only get a full-time job if he reported the news.

The broadcaster spent 19 years with CBS beginning in 1981, when he was hired as a reporter for WCBS-TV in New York City. 

In August 2005, he assumed full-time duties at NBC News, where he became a substitute anchor for NBC Nightly News and Today. 

He then became a full-time co-anchor of Weekend Today following the death of his predecessor David Bloom.

In September 2012 he faced embarrassment after turning up late to a Saturday morning show, because he overslept.

Holt took to Twitter to alert viewers of his frazzled morning.

'For the first time in 9 yrs of hosting weekend @todayshow I overslept!' he posted on his Twitter account.

The executive producer for the show ended up giving Holt a wake-up call at 5:45 a.m and he made a mad dash from his apartment, in the Flatiron District in New York City, to 30 Rock in midtown Manhattan where the show goes live at 7:00 a.m.

He took the lead role during NBC's coverage of the London Olympics in 2012.

And sleep also proved to be scarce for him during his stint across the pond.

He was enjoying a nap on a train ride from London to Alnmouth, in the north of England, when he overslept, missed his stop and ended up in Scotland on August 7.

He had to change trains four times over a time span of nine hours to get back where he needed to be.

But in his typical good humor, the newsman joked about the incident and shared it with his fans over Twitter.

'If ya gotta end up in the wrong place u can do worse than Edinburgh. Catching some quick sights,' he tweeted, adding that on his return trip he would be 'drinking LOTS of coffee.' 

During the coverage of the Sochi Winter Oylimpics in 2014, he downed a shot of vodka with co-host Natalie Morales. 

Previous experience: Holt (pictured right with Williams) has already spent time in the role he is taking over - having covered for Williams when he was having knee surgery in August 2013

Previous experience: Holt (pictured right with Williams) has already spent time in the role he is taking over - having covered for Williams when he was having knee surgery in August 2013

Enjoying a drink: During the coverage of the Sochi Winter Oylimpics in 2014, he downed a shot of vodka with co-host Natalie Morales

Enjoying a drink: During the coverage of the Sochi Winter Oylimpics in 2014, he downed a shot of vodka with co-host Natalie Morales

 

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Comment by Big Shot... on July 17, 2015 at 8:53pm

90% of them are liars, they do anything for their ratings, positions or fame. They will hand you bullsh*t with a straight face over and over because their boss told them it will help them. No different then lawyers or cops. This is why you must cross reference and research all news stories to dig into the real truth.

Comment by Sharon Gil on June 19, 2015 at 7:25pm

So terribly disappointed...BUT CERTAINLY NOT SURPRISED.  "THEY" all lie to get where they think they need to be...at ALL costs. OMG and the photochopping...well, Lester Holt...let's give you kudos...and pray you're not the white man's negro they say you are!

Comment by Susan Murray on June 19, 2015 at 4:27pm

I have always looked at Mr. Brian Williams as an authentic news reporter/correspondent. By hearing this news , I am shocked!!!Mr. Williams stated his ego, led hime to fabricate the stories he covered. Mr. Williams has had a lengthly career in broadcasting and his reputation as a senior reporter should speak for itself. Why fabricate??? this puzzles me! 

Comment by Edna Wyatt on June 19, 2015 at 4:06pm
He's lucky that NBC is evenly allowing him to go to MSNBC. Yes, it's a demotion, but they could have just gotten rid of him altogether.
Comment by Roots aka TJ What De Ras on February 8, 2015 at 10:15pm
Tell us another lie. Like we really believed the first one.

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