Watch: Breitbart Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow Interviewed By NBC’s ‘Today’

On Friday’s broadcast of NBC’s “Today,” an interview given by Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow to NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk about Breitbart News aired featuring a number of different topics about Breitbart News. Included among those were criticisms that it is a “hate site,” the organization relationship with White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and what’s the mission of the site is. Transcript as follows: GOSK: You know, Breitbart is one of President Trump’s favorite news sources, once run by his top adviser, Steve Bannon. They see themselves as provocateurs, poking a finger in the eye of the mainstream media. But critics call them racists, anti-Semites and white supremacists. We sat down with Alex Marlow, the 31-year-old editor-in-chief, who pushes back against critics and the labels, defending the news site he’s worked at since it started in 2007. MARLOW: We’re not a hate site. GOSK: Do you think you’ve been unfairly demonized? MARLOW: Oh, absolutely. Without a doubt. GOSK: Breitbart has seen a meteoric rise, from a fringe start-up once run by White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, the right-wing news site explode exploded during the course of the presidential campaign with 240 million views a month. There was

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