Omarosa Manigault Newman
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Updated: June 25, 2018 at 2:12 PM
Jane Krakowski, Katie Couric discuss dementia at AARP event
AARP hosts a brain health event featuring Katie Couric, Jane Krakowski and AARP CEO Ann Jenkins to #Disruptdementia in New York City on Monday. Photos by John Angelillo/UPI
Katie Couric (R) speaks with Jane Krakowski.
Krakowski reacts and wipes away tears when she speaks to Couric. Krakowski
her father to dementia after battling for ten years.
Krakowski told Hoda Kotb on "Today" earlier that morning that she shares her experiences in the hope to "maybe relieve them a little of the heartache that it is to watch a family member suffer from this disease."
Attendees listen to a video message from Bill Gates, who, with the Bill Gates Foundation, is donating $100 million to AARP.
AARP CEO Ann Jenkins speaks.
From left to right, Krakowski, Jenkins and Couric pose together.
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