"The View" by ABC News on Monday questioned why an onslaught of scandals plaguing the network was still haunting NBC News honchos.
"It's hard to understand why they still have jobs," said co-host Meghan McCain said.
Ronan Farrow appeared on "The View" to promote the release of "Catch and Kill" on Tuesday. His book details his allegations that NBC has decided against publishing its Harvey Weinstein coverage. After NBC told Farrow that his coverage was unprintable, actress Mia Farrow's son repeatedly insisted that the story had more to tell.
Farrow told the jury that he had submitted the same coverage to The New Yorker, where he won the Pulitzer Prize and helped launch the #Metoo movement.
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"Reporting is unassailable and stands alone," said Farrow. "[NBC] ordered a stop … this book tells you why."
McCain asked directly if the current ABC management would "survive" and co-host Sunny Hostin became even more specific.
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"We talk about Andy Lack, we talk about Noah Oppenheim, people who killed their story," Hostin replied ,
Farrow responded by saying this Even more damaging information about Lack, the chairman of NBC News, and Oppenheim, the president of NBC News, are contained in his book, which contains alleged misbehavior by himself.
"There is a representation of a chain of command that I have. I think people are asking questions correctly," Farrow said. I'm not an activist, I'm a reporter. "
" I do not understand how they survive that, "Hostin retorted.
COMPLETE TEXT: EMAIL FROM NBC PRESIDENT TO EMPLOYEES ON FARROWS EVERYTHING  Oppenheim described Farrow's book as a" slander attempt "The Peacock Network, which is clearly motivated not by the pursuit of truth but by an ax for grinding in a memo sent to employees Monday morning."
The lengthy memo from Fox News shows Farrow's report back, stating that NBC is not truthful with regard to the alleged sexual misconduct of former "Today" co-host Matt Lauer, and that the network refused to expose Weinstein as a sexual predator for information about Lauer took advantage.
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A Farrow spokesman did not immediately respond to a commentary request, but the Author responded on Monday to "CBS This Morning" when he was informed about Oppenheim's email.  "This book is an extraordinary, meticulously checked work by investigative journalism," said Farrow. "It's been two years of reporting, one of The New Yorker's senior fact-checkers has reviewed that, and I'll keep the coverage in the book, and we're very confident."