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When even Chuck Todd won’t bothsides it

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Even the forced-bipartisan former host of Press The Meat apparently has limits, and I guess “hiring a literal unrepentant collaborator in a fascist autogolpe” is it:

Ronna McDaniel may have secured a gig as a political contributor at one of America’s top left-leaning news networks, but it’s clear at least some of the journalists there aren’t happy about it.

Former “Meet the Press” host and one of America’s most prominent political journalists Chuck Todd castigated the leadership of his own company, one of the nation’s most powerful media conglomerates, during its flagship’s live broadcast.

“Let me deal with the elephant in the room. I think our bosses owe you an apology for putting you in this situation,” Todd began, before he eviscerated NBC’s decision to hire McDaniel in a minuteslong monologue, levying unprecedented on-air criticism against his own bosses.

“Look, there’s a reason why there’s a lot of journalists at NBC News uncomfortable with this because many of our professional dealings with the RNC over the six years have been met with gaslighting, have been met with character assassination,” Todd added.

The stunning on-air moment came after the current host of NBC’s “Meet The Press,” Kristen Welker, interviewed McDaniel, who had been named a political contributor for the network just days earlier after her very public ousting as Republican National Committee chair.

“It might be bad for America, but it’s great for NBC. And as it happens our marginal tax rates!”

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