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When I saw this last week, I was surprised that they gave her so much time to address this. It was so nice that she didn't have to rush through the point she was trying to make, it truly felt like they were kind enough to give her all the time in the world to address this.

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My question is when does bullying start and criticism end when it comes to a public figure like a newscaster? She mentioned how she can accept criticism, but is discussing the looks of someone on television in a negative way automatically bullying? Let's say someone on television gets a bad haircut, would telling that person online you don't like it constitute bullying?

I do appreciate that the news allowed her to speak so long, but I think it is a matter of degree.

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