I agree with Keith Olbermann on most issues but I have to say I get the impression he's kind of like the Harlan Ellison of TV infotainment anchors. Massively talented but virtually impossible to work with for any length of time. Although to be fair, it may be in Keith's case that it is terrible to have him work for you but perfectly fine to work for or with him.
If you had asked me to come up with someone I would find more irritating than Cenk Uygur to fill his timeslot I would have told you I couldn't do it. But MSNBC has proven me wrong.
Cenk Uygur was hired by MSNBC owner GE, which is a defense company, and fired by new MSNBC owner Comcast, which doesn't own any news channels or defense companies. So probably not!
Matthews worked in Washington and has an in-depth knowledge of process and the way DC works which I don't get from the others. He loves politics and it shows. That's something he had in common with the late Tim Russert.
...kind of like the Harlan Ellison of TV infotainment anchors.
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