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MSNBC hosts Olbermann and Matthews forced pregnant anchor to work till 2am because they were 'tired'

MSNBC hosts Olbermann and Matthews forced pregnant anchor to work till 2am because they were 'tired'

CBS Morning News anchor Norah O'Donnell recently spoke to the Huffington Post about trying to 'have it all' as a working mother.  

Via Huffington Post: 

Work-life balance is a topic O’Donnell knows very well. She spoke candidly about feeling “embarrassed” that she had another child 13 months after having twins. She said she worried about being the “pregnant lady at work” and missing out on any opportunities. Instead, O’Donnell worked throughout her pregnancy and covered the 2008 Democratic primary.

“I was on set all day and at midnight [I was told] Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann … were tired and wanted to go home. So then the pregnant lady stayed on until 2 in the morning,” O’Donnell laughed.

Here's a clip of Norah O'Donnell's interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg: 

 

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