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Submitted by on 12 October, 2010 – 2:28 pm

TVNewser book fell into the match at home Hoda Kotb Donny Deutsch on the Upper East Side of Manhattan last night.

The veteran NBC News correspondent and co-host the fourth hour of “Today” Hoda wrote: How I Survived war zones, bad hair, cancer, and Kathie Lee, on today.

Seen in the evening: “Today” Matt Lauer, who joked with us: “This is your place, right?” And MSNBC “Road to the first” host Willie Geist, who joked on the pad Deutsch: “This place is taking longer to remodel than Yankee Stadium.”

Kotb says she was “impressed by the generosity of Donny” and thanked Kathie Lee Gifford to “lend his name to the book.” The 12-year NBC vet took the advice of all when “he said,” you better hurry up and write this book before your program is canceled.

“I’m very happy with my book,” Kotb told TVNewser, “I’m excited by all that came out Monday night in New York.” Including Frank Gifford, who missed the Vikings-Jets Monday Night Football to attend.

Even Kotb’s mother arrived at the party. “My mom has pictures with everyone. She has pictures with Joan Rivers, who has one with Kathie Lee and Frank, and Al Roker. Here are my mother, my friends from high school, my college friends. I feel so blessed. ”

NBC, Jeff Zucker, CEO, NBCU is leaving after the Comcast deal is closed, also came to support Kotb. On his future, Zucker told us that he will “relax and wait for the next effort.” When asked if he is writing a book, told TVNewser, “you never know.”

Tamron Hall made his appearance before heading to the Grand Hyatt in downtown dinner Edward R. Murrow awards where he hosted.

CNBC host Suze Orman praised Kotb: “I like it. She is the real deal.” The host of “The Suze Orman Show” on CNBC, then spoke of “Saturday Night Live” ‘s obsession with her. “It seems to make fun of me every week.”

Kotb is no stranger to imitation or SNL.

Former local news anchor and Oprah’s best friend, Gayle King, was also there to support Kotb.

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