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Amid much hype about Gayle King’s almost-signed multimillion-dollar contract to stay at CBS News, insiders say the network was eyeing longtime “Today” showrunner Don Nash to helm “CBS This Morning” as executive producer.

Sources say Nash — a veteran NBC News executive who spent nearly 30 years at “Today” and led the show through years of vicious, scorched-earth scrapping with ABC rival “Good Morning America” before stepping down in January 2018 — was recently spotted heading into the CBS News HQ in Hell’s Kitchen for meetings.

One insider said, “Don’s vast experience and insider knowledge of ‘This Morning’s’ biggest competitors could have been a huge advantage for CBS.”

Nash took command of “Today” after the tearful ouster of Ann Curry, and helped the show claw back lost ground on its morning rival. Meanwhile, “CBS This Morning” is floundering in third place in the morning-show ratings, with 3 million viewers.

But another insider added, “His hiring would have been too big a financial swing, given Gayle’s upcoming new contract against the background of CBS News’ huge budget cuts. CBS has to cut $20 million from its news budget, when there’s ­already no fat to shed.”

King may be CBS’s last big splurge as it scrambles to revamp its struggling morning news show.

The network is in talks to double King’s $5.5 million salary, and is in the process of promoting an internal candidate thanks to $100 million in cuts announced by interim CEO Joe Ianniello. The position of executive producer has gone to Diana Miller, a senior broadcasting producer who has been in negotiations with new CBS News president Susan Zirinsky. Miller has worked at “CBS This Morning” since 2014 and is considered well-qualified for the job, but the deal has not been formally announced.

Zirinsky is considering a new look for the struggling morning show, which could include King opposite a new face if Norah O’Donnell goes to “CBS Evening News” to replace Jeff Glor.

CBS didn’t comment, and Nash couldn’t be reached.

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