Skip to comments.Scarborough Mocks Chris Matthews' Shrinking Schedule
Posted on 12/04/2013 5:33:17 AM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
Call it a case of interview envy--in the context of an ongoing feud between two MSNBC hosts.
There has been bad blood between Joe Scarborough and Chris Matthews for years, as here, here and here. On today's Morning Joe, Scarborough took the occasion of Chris Matthews' impending interview of President Obama to mock the way Matthews' on-air schedule has shrunk. In a particularly low blow, Scarborough even compared the Hardball host to Regis Philbin.
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Amusing to see MSNBC hosts taking shots at each other! Ping to Today show list.
Chris Matthews always seems to be fighting with MSNBC people. I think that Tom Brokaw (or was it Tim Russert?) hates him. Personally, I think Joe Scarborough is a really nasty, vicious guy as well.
MSNBC has issues w/ their host for breaking Terms of Service. Latest clown is this Martin Bashir. Now was he kicked off CNN for CNN’s TOS?
Can you explain your post? Seriously, I was a little confused by it but am interested in what you are saying.
By the way, the British leftwing is denying that Bashir said what he said. They tell me I’m too dumb to understand what Bashir really said, lol.
TOS = Terms Of Service, I’m certain MSNBC’s contract stipulates a level of civil obedience. Bashir’s rantings(insults) of Palin went way out of bounds. Strange though since he was reading from a program text what happened to his writers?
OK, thanks. Yes, undoubtedly this was approved by some higher-up which is why nothing has been done to this low-life.
Don’t forget the knee pads!
It’s a good day! Brit papers mysteriously quiet about this development. The Guardian has had a complete blackout on the story.
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