- Barbara Walters, long-time journalist and co-host of “The View,” died Friday at age 93.
- After news broke of her passing, fans were quick to circulate clips of her iconic interviews.
- Here’s a look at her controversial discussions with presidents, celebrities, and cartoon characters.
After news broke Friday that journalist Barbara Walters died at age 93, fans were quick to circulate clips of iconic interviews from her nearly 60-year career.
The long-time ABC News anchor and correspondent made a name for herself with hard-hitting interviews and persistence when following a story — whether she was covering presidents and politicians or celebrities and current events.
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After she made history by becoming the first woman to anchor a nightly newscast in 1964, Walters later became the world’s highest-paid newscaster for several years and used her talents to become an influential interviewer, eventually inspiring other media personalities like Oprah.
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Here’s a look at some of her most controversial and memorable interviews.