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Diane Sawyer on ‘World News’: ‘Watch Out Sue Sylvester. Watch Out’

ABC correspondent John Berman had a post-Super Bowl segment on last night’s “World News” entitled, “Winners and Losers” in which he named the winners and the losers during the game.

Some winners according to Berman were the Packers (obviously) and little Darth Vader and some losers were the fans with tickets who couldn’t get in and Christina Aguilera for her national anthem flub.

The biggest loser? That would be “Glee”‘s fictional coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) for saying “I hate you Diane Sayer” on Sunday’s episode after the Super Bowl. Berman said “you don’t want to mess with Sawyer.”

He’s right. Sawyer ended last night’s “World News” with the line: “Watch out Sue Sylvester. Watch out.”

The battle continued into the Twittersphere. After Sawyer’s tweet yesterday telling Sylvester that “it’s on,” Sylvester retaliated with the following tweet:

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NBC, ABC, & CBS All Prepared for President Barack Obama’s Presser

The Senate is prepared for a final vote on the START arms reduction treaty with Russia today, which will be followed by a White House news conference later today.

ABC, CBS, and NBC are all prepared to go live with the news conference.

NBC News coverage will be anchored by Brian Williams in New York with Chuck Todd at the White House and David Gregory at NBC News’ Washington bureau. ABC News has planned for George Stephanopoulos to anchor from New York with Jake Tapper and Jon Karl reporting. (Diane Sawyer has her birthday off.) Katie Couric will be anchoring CBS News coverage with reports from Bill Plante and Bob Schieffer from the DC bureau.

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