John Oliver Takes CBS To Task For Its International Women’s Day Coverage After The Charlie Rose Allegations

Last Thursday was International Women’s Day, so to commemorate the event, brands as varied as Mattel, Spotify, and McDonald’s offered various promotions to endear them to their customers. Whether or not these public relations moves will work out positively in the end remains to be seen, but when combined with several coverage blunders perpetrated by various local and national media outlets on Thursday, Last Week Tonight‘s John Oliver contends most are more problematic than not. This is especially the case for the now Charlie Rose-less CBS This Morning, which featured a rather creepy exchange following a segment.

While transitioning from discussing research on dog behavior to a bit on International Women’s Day, John Dickerson — who replaced Rose

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