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Should MSNBC trade Steve Kornacki and Hugh Hewitt for Shepard Smith ? (Original Post) DemocratSinceBirth Nov 2017 OP
Steve Kornacki? hlthe2b Nov 2017 #1
Switched my vote to no ... for now ... because the KGOP would never get a dose of reality if Smith uponit7771 Nov 2017 #2
yep, only so many holes in their bubble, why take one away? 0rganism Nov 2017 #6
yes... my thoughts as well hlthe2b Nov 2017 #9
I thought they canned Hewitt? tavernier Nov 2017 #3
Take Chris Matthews. Please! question everything Nov 2017 #4
No. I think it's good to have someone at fox that will tell the truth JI7 Nov 2017 #5
I voted yes because of the getting rid of Hugh Hewitt part renate Nov 2017 #10
And a first round draft pick to even the deal for Smith. NT Bleacher Creature Nov 2017 #7
And $500,000.00 in cash. DemocratSinceBirth Nov 2017 #8
what's the problem with kornacki? Raine Nov 2017 #11
No,just fire bother their asses. Wellstone ruled Nov 2017 #12
And a #1 draft pick. Kingofalldems Nov 2017 #13


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2. Switched my vote to no ... for now ... because the KGOP would never get a dose of reality if Smith
Tue Nov 14, 2017, 08:35 PM
Nov 2017

... is not in the outlet reporting often

question everything

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4. Take Chris Matthews. Please!
Tue Nov 14, 2017, 08:47 PM
Nov 2017

He is like Trump. Full of superlatives: his book - mentioned several times during the show - is number one on Amazon, on its way up to NY top list, and he is on his way to a "sold out" presentation. Not to mention he is expert in politics, etc.

At least, was like that yesterday. Decided to skip him today. Used to have interesting guests but I think many of them finally decided that they don't need to be shut down in mid sentence.

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