David Muir can no longer hold back his tears

David Muir is in deep sadness following the passing of Barbara Walters, who was 93 years old when she passed away.

The groundbreaking colleague anchor at ABC News, who has served as an example to generations of women all throughout the world, was honored by one of the network’s most prominent newscasters.

Following Barbara’s passing, David sent a touching note on Instagram in tribute to her, along with a photo of the two of them laughing and holding hands while they were out together.

In his writing, he stated, “So frequently we toss around the adjectives – icon, legend, trailblazer – yet Barbara Walters was all of these – and perhaps above all else, Barbara Walters was fearless.”

After that, David said: “She was a trailblazer for so many others; we gained wisdom from her, and to this day we continue to be in awe of her. RIP, Barbara.”

One of the first people to remark was a journalist from ABC named Deborah Roberts, who added: “That is quite accurate. “Honored to have worked beside her,” Lara Spencer of GMA commented, adding that she was “Very very sad to hear the news.” Barbara was a one-of-a-kind individual. #legend”

The following is a collection of messages sent in by admirers of David expressing their sorrow at the news: “I am grateful that you shared your experiences and reflections regarding Barbara. While one person remarked, “She was fortunate to have you as a friend and coworker,” another person said, “Rest in peace, Barbara Walters.” I really enjoyed both the reporting and the challenging questions. I really like how you began the View by bringing a variety of perspectives and stimulating good debate to the table.”

On Friday, a statement authored by Barbara’s publicist, Cindi Berger, was made public and read as follows: “Barbara Walters died without suffering in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by family and friends. She has no remorse for the way she conducted her life. She broke new ground not only for other female journalists but also for all women in general.”

She was not just the first female co-host of a US news program but also the first female network news anchor on an evening broadcast. She achieved this feat by working her way up through the ranks of a profession that was predominately held by men.

At the time, her annual compensation with ABC was $1 million, which catapulted her to the status of a media superstar. In 2014, she decided to step away from the screen.

Back in the year 2000, while she was being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, she shared her gratitude by saying, “I have been gifted with a life I never expected.”

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