Brian Williams is sorry.
In his return to primetime TV, anchoring MSNBC's Iowa caucuses coverage, the former "NBC Nightly News" anchor had to apologize after a young, impassioned Iowa voter yelled on-camera that the Veterans Administration is "f—ed up."
"We apologize," Williams said on behalf of himself, MSNBC and reporter Jacob Soboroff, who was in a gym watching the exchange between the woman and Sanders supporters who were trying to get her to join them.
Brian Williams through the years:
The Sanders supporters stressed that their candidate would help veterans, to which the woman said she was a veteran, with many veterans in her family, and used the F-word to describe the agency's failures.
"The VA is more screwed up than it has been in a while. The fact that I haven't gotten benefits in three months is because the VA is so f--ed up," she said, before the network cut her off.
Williams returned to television last September after a six-month suspension for exaggerating details from various situations throughout his career. The scandal broke when Williams claimed a chopper he was riding in got hit by an RPG during the early days of the Iraq War.
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