What colleagues think about Matt Lauer after sexual assault allegations

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PageSix revealed that Matt does not have any plans to stage a professional comeback in the news business and all he wants is to play golf in his Hamptons hometown.

Because playing golf in the Hamptons is definitely a thing that regular Joes do, right?

"Matt has no intention in returning to public life ..."

"I wouldn't make a 20-year promise", a separate source told the website.

Another source added that Lauer is bent on staying out of the spotlight so he can "focus on his family". The former Today host, who was sacked November 29 from NBC after complaints about inappropriate sexual behavior, appears in Lady Bird, A24's Bush-era coming-of-age drama; in one scene, star Saoirse Ronan watches Lauer on a newscast reporting about the war in Afghanistan.

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Let's say that Matt did want to go back to a career in television.

But don't put money on a reconciliation. "What he has done is bad", he told the Daily Mail from his home in the Netherlands. "They are not together trying to work it out", her father, Henri, stated. It has been reported that Craig Melvin is being eyed as a replacement for Lauer. "She and Matt were really close".

With embarrassing old clips, incriminating videos and numerous allegations of everything from sexual harassment to rape being waged against him, Lauer is reportedly ready to sail off into the sunset on a luxury golf course.

Lack continued, "We were also presented with reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incident". I have no words for her husband. "The last two days have forced me to take a hard look at my own flaws".

That being said, because irony (and karma) never fails to deliver, Today's ratings have actually gone up since the network unceremoniously dumped Lauer, attracting more viewers than Good Morning America, its rival at ABC, all five days last week-the first time in nearly a year, according to the Associated Press.

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