Sorry seems to be the hardest words and that statement held true for NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman.
Snyderman appeared on the Today Show this morning for the first time since she broke ebola quarantine. Although, NBC said she would be back on the air sometime in November, that never happened.
Today, she made her return and sort of apologized. Although watching it, you would think it was not something she wanted to do, or believed she should have to do.
"Good people can make mistakes," she said in an interview with Matt Lauer on NBC's "Today" show.
"I stepped outside the boundaries of what I promised to do and what the public expected of me. And for that, I'm sorry."
"When I came back from Liberia with my team, we had already been taking our temperatures four, five six times a day, and we knew our risks in our heads -- but didn't really appreciate, and frankly, we were not sensitive to, how absolutely frightened Americans were," Snyderman told Lauer Wednesday.
Gee...and why do you think Americans were so frighten by ebola Dr. Nancy?
Do you think the media might have been responsible for that?
I'm going to go with YES!