Legendary journalist Tom Brokaw appeared on "Hannity" last night to discuss a variety of topics, including the Brian Williams controversy, his battle with cancer and his storied career.

Brokaw said that in fairness to Williams and his family, we need to let the process play out.

"There's been way too much speculation. I read things attributed to me or what my state of mind is, completely wrong, almost all of them," Brokaw said. "I hope that this can get worked out and to the advantage of everybody. But we've got to let the process play out."

Brokaw also opened up about his cancer diagnosis and his new memoir "A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir of Hope."

Brokaw said that he had an amazing run of marrying the love of his life, having great professional success and raising wonderful children

"Then, bang! I was diagnosed with cancer. Now, I’m in remission, so my lucky life still continues," Brokaw said. "It didn’t get me, and I’m grateful for everything that comes to me every day."

Watch the full interview above and check out Brokaw's new book "A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir of Hope."

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