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CBS' Norah O'Donnell wants to hold a long and detalied interview with vice president Joe Biden

Sabnam Bhandari Sat Jun, 2016
CBS' Norah O'Donnell wants to hold a long and detalied interview with vice president Joe Biden

CBS' Norah O' Donnell wants to hold a long and detailed interview with vice president Joe Biden and has turned down at least two interviews. Norah had another goal in mind and it is not because the CBS anchor didn't want a coveted shot at interviewing the vice president. She said that she turned down the opportunities for short interviews because she wanted a long, in-depth sit-down interview with Joe and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden.

 

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The interview was hired in October on '60 minutes'. It was also first prolonged interview the Bidens did following the passing Beau Biden over the summer and that was the interview for which O'Donnel will be awarded the White House Correspondents' Association Merriman Smith Memorial Award in broadcast journalism on Saturday. The award is especially for stories which show excellence in presidential news coverage under deadline pressure. Norah is a very graceful American print and television Journalist. Her age is 42 according to her birthdate, January 23, 1974. She has a very good height of 5 feet 6 inches and has a balanced body weight. She is married to a restaurateur Geoff Tracy and she has an estimated net worth $8 million dollars. Her husband Geoff is the owner of the D.C restaurant and they have three lovable children.

The couple is living very happily and there is no sign of divorce. Norah said that the interview was an example of a really persistent effort for a long period of time and they have worked really hard for the interview. CBS team and O'Donnell has also been experiencing success on their show 'CBS This Morning'. Norah credited the chemistry with co-hosts Gayle King and Charlie Rose. Before working for the CBS news, She had worked in the NBC News. She worked as the Chief White House correspondent and later on she moved to CBS News. She is also very famous on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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