John Dickerson pays tribute to "CBS This Morning" team as he moves to new role

John Dickerson pays tribute to "CBS This Morning" team as he moves to new role



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In John Dickerson’s final Reporter’s Notebook, he turns to the people in the studio, in the building, and CBS News bureaus around the world. Dickerson is shifting roles to report for “60 Minutes” and contribute to election specials.

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31 thoughts on “John Dickerson pays tribute to "CBS This Morning" team as he moves to new role”

  1. I will miss you John so much every morning, even though you are going to my other favorite "60 minutes". You and the girls made a terrific trio, but life goes on and you being such a greaaat journalist I just say "Thank you John Dickerson for being such a great professional"

  2. As much as I will miss John, I think this will turn out to be a good career move for him. He'll get a chance to shine on 60 minutes. He was getting buried by Gayle and Nora on the morning show.

  3. I wish him well. He fits the '60 Minutes' mold. But as a 50-year retired TV anchor/ reporter who grew up watching the greats – the TV news pioneers – Walter Cronkite would hang his head in shame at what CBS and the other networks have become if he were alive today! They have become cheerleaders for the progressives/libs and have blurred news and opinion!!!

  4. Did Gayle King…. really ask John Dickerson if he knew what a Martin Guitar is??????
    I don’t know if that’s funny… or just plain scary…. guess she should stick to The “Royals”… and Taylor Swift…😛

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