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Yet the idea of building rosters of paid political contributors took off with cable news. MSNBC, CNN and Fox News Channel are, in large part, political talk channels and seek experts to help fill the time. Being on call to opine can be lucrative work; several reports had NBC agreeing to pay McDaniel $300,000 a year. Even NBC News, whose MSNBC cable outlet appeals to liberals, has more than a dozen Republican contributors. John Kasich and Bulwark founder Charlie Sykes — either predate Trump in their active political work or oppose him, or both.
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It’s difficult to succinctly summarize the disastrous state of affairs at the news division, given that multiple engines are failing simultaneously. sand and refusing to dump McDaniel until after his top television personalities, including Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, went on the air and excoriated the hire. Ironically, NBC News’ attempt to make inroads with Republicans through the hiring of McDaniel has had the opposite effect. On Wednesday, Trump spent part of the day ranting on Truth Social against the Comcast boss over the McDaniel disaster, characterizing Roberts as a weak leader whose employees are running amok. I asked Comcast spokespeople on Wednesday if either Roberts or Cavanagh were taking any action.
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For the past week the best drama on NBC — apologies to Dick Wolf — has been in the news department. On Friday, NBC News announced that it was hiring Ronna McDaniel, the former chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, as a political analyst. By Sunday morning, Kristen Welker was grilling Ms. McDaniel on “Meet the Press,” after which the former host Chuck Todd told his successor on-air that their bosses “owe you an apology.” By Monday morning, the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” condemned the hire. This kind of full-on, on-air revolt was something else — because Ms. McDaniel’s hiring was something else. The fiasco at NBC was in part a sign of how media outlets are struggling to cover politics in unusual times.
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Ronna McDaniel wants to be paid for her two-year contract after she was axed as a NBC News contributor, per Politico. McDaniel made an appearance on "Meet the Press" this past Sunday and was let go on Tuesday. It means that McDaniel's interview with moderator Kristen Welker could cost NBC News about $30,000 per minute. Todd on Sunday told Welker during the "Meet the Press" taping that top network leaders needed to apologize to her. (Welker affirmed that the interview was scheduled before McDaniel had been brought on by the network.)
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Creative Artists Agency, the talent agency that brokered McDaniel’s deal with NBC, also parted ways with her, the person said. McDaniel, who recently stepped down from the RNC under pressure from former President Donald Trump, was involved in attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. NBC’s announcement Friday that it had hired McDaniel was quickly met with alarm by the network’s journalists. Welker disclosed that the interview had been scheduled to take place prior to NBC announcing McDaniel would become a paid contributor for the network, stating that she had no involvement in her hiring. MSNBC president Rashida Jones also did not object to the decision, people familiar with the matter said.
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Conservative Commentators Condemn Uproar at NBC
  + stars: | 2024-03-26 | by ( Santul Nerkar | )   time to read: +1 min
The decision by NBC News to hire Ronna McDaniel, the former chair of the Republican National Committee, as a political commentator set off a round of sharp criticism from her new colleagues in recent days. Leading on-air figures at NBC and its cable cousin, MSNBC, including Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, took the unusual step of condemning their bosses’ decision in public. Those internal critics have said that by hiring Ms. McDaniel, the network was authorizing election denialism. In the days after the 2020 election, Ms. McDaniel promoted some false theories pushed by then-President Donald J. Trump, including that votes had been miscounted in key battleground states, and she helped pressure election officials in one Michigan county to hold off from certifying the results. But the uproar at the network has played out differently among many conservative commentators, who have argued that it shows how the journalists at NBC News are overwhelmingly liberal and intolerant of conservative views.
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New York CNN —Cesar Conde has a decision to make — and it’s not an especially difficult one. The NBCUniversal News Group chair is facing a torrent of backlash from his own staff after greenlighting the hire of former Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel as a paid network contributor. It does not take a brilliant political mind with prescient foresight to understand that hiring McDaniel would ignite a firestorm of outrage — from both within 30 Rock and outside it. After all, which NBC or MSNBC program is going to invite her on after all of this? I asked his spokesperson, Stephen Labaton, on Monday whether the NBCU News Group boss had any comment on the situation.
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NBC News is dropping Ronna McDaniel as a contributor, per a memo. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementNBC News will drop former Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel as a paid contributor after on-air criticism of the hiring from some of the network's top talent. She was also dropped by Creative Artists Agency, the talent agency that helped secure the initial deal between McDaniel and NBC, the outlet reported.
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In recent decades, there's been a very visible pipeline from politics to the media industry. Some critics have pushed backed against former political figures migrating to major news networks. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . But after former Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel's controversial hiring as a paid contributor for NBC News, with high-profile network figures like Chuck Todd and Joe Scarborough panning the decision on-air, how entrenched is the popular transition from the political world to the media industry? This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Leadership at NBC raced to contain an escalating revolt on Monday as some of the country’s best-known television anchors took the extraordinary step of criticizing their network on its own airwaves for hiring Ronna McDaniel, the former chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, as a political analyst. One day after Chuck Todd stunned executives by denouncing Ms. McDaniel’s appointment on “Meet the Press,” Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski opened their MSNBC show, “Morning Joe,” with a lengthy criticism of Ms. McDaniel, calling her “an anti-democracy election denier” and urging their bosses to reconsider her employment. “We’ve been inundated with calls this weekend, as have most people connected with this network, about NBC’s decision to hire her,” Mr. Scarborough said. “We weren’t asked our opinion of the hiring, but, if we were, we would have strongly objected to it for several reasons.”Hours later, the star MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace all but accused her employer of enabling authoritarianism by granting Ms. McDaniel a platform. She told her viewers that NBC News, “wittingly or unwittingly,” had signaled to “election deniers” that they could spread falsehoods “as one of us, as badge-carrying employees of NBC News, as paid contributors to our sacred airwaves.”
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Some of the highest-profile journalists at NBC are pushing back against the network's hiring of Ronna McDaniel. Chief political analyst Chuck Todd on Sunday said many at NBC are "uncomfortable" with the McDaniel hire. On Monday, "Meet the Press" hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski said McDaniel wouldn't appear on their program. AdvertisementAfter NBC News announced that it had hired former Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel as a paid contributor late last week, the pushback from media critics was immediate. In a highly-unusual move, NBC News journalists including former "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd and "Morning Joe" hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski openly criticized the hiring of McDaniel.
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CNN —Former “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd delivered a stunning rebuke of NBC News on Sunday, blasting the network for hiring former Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel as a paid political analyst. As RNC chair, McDaniel was a prominent election denier, working to help disgraced former President Donald Trump subvert the 2020 vote. Asked why she didn’t offer such condemnation as RNC chairwoman, McDaniel responded, “When you’re the RNC chair, you kind of take one for the whole team. But Todd noted that because McDaniel was a paid network contributor, it was not clear whether she was being genuine. But Todd disagreed with NBC News’ decision, adding that McDaniel has “credibility issues.”Others on the Sunday broadcast panel agreed with Todd’s assessment.
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The veteran NBC anchor Chuck Todd publicly attacked the leadership of his own network on Sunday, questioning why NBC News hired Ronna McDaniel, the former chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, and declaring live on air, “There’s a reason why there are a lot of journalists at NBC News uncomfortable with this.”Mr. Todd’s comments on “Meet the Press,” the flagship political show he anchored for nine years, were an extraordinary escalation of behind-the-scenes tensions simmering within NBC News and its cable cousin, MSNBC, since the announcement on Friday that Ms. McDaniel had been brought onboard as a political analyst. Some journalists at NBC were taken aback by the decision to hire Ms. McDaniel, citing her tenure at the R.N.C. under former President Donald J. Trump, when she regularly echoed Mr. Trump’s criticisms of the news media and, in particular, the left-leaning programs on MSNBC. Rashida Jones, the MSNBC president, called several prominent anchors over the weekend to assure them they would not be forced to book Ms. McDaniel on their shows, according to a person briefed on the conversations who requested anonymity to share details meant to be private.
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Rep. Dean Phillips claims the 2024 Democratic primary is rigged against him. AdvertisementAdvertisementRep. Dean Phillips is offering an apology to Bernie Sanders — but the Vermont senator isn't all that interested. "I had long dismissed his complaints about the rigged Democratic Party primary system," Phillips wrote on X. I have an apology to make to @BernieSandersI had long dismissed his complaints about the rigged Democratic Party primary system. AdvertisementAdvertisementAs for ballot access, Phillips launched his campaign on October 27, missing the October 16 deadline to file in the early state of Nevada.
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"Interest rates are very high. Asked specifically by Welker whether he would try to strong-arm Powell into lowering rates, Trump said, "Depends where inflation is. Those remarks came while the Fed was raising interest rates in 2018 and 2019. I did a lot of jawboning against him, and he ultimately lowered interest rates. We had lower interest rates.
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Gavin Newsom said that he'd appoint a caretaker to replace Feinstein should she leave office early. Newsom said he didn't want to "tip the balance" of the 2024 Senate primary by tapping a candidate. Feinstein, who has served in the Senate since 1992, is set to retire after the 2024 elections. "I don't want to get involved in the primary," Newsom told host Chuck Todd. The 90-year-old Feinstein, who has served in the Senate since 1992, is set to retire after the 2024 elections.
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Vivek Ramaswamy has recently made a series of controversial comments about race. He said white supremacy is rare, racism is "manufactured," and compared Ayanna Pressley to the KKK. AdvertisementAdvertisementNBC host Chuck Todd asked about the Jacksonville shooting and how Ramaswamy would address racially motivated violence as president. At a campaign stop in Iowa on Friday, Ramaswamy suggested white supremacy is as realistic as unicorns. Maybe I will meet a — maybe I will meet a unicorn sooner.
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Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips is open about his desire for a Democratic candidate that isn't Joe Biden. Phillips said on "Meet the Press" that Americans want to "turn the page" from the last Biden-Trump face-off. A "moderate governor, hopefully from the heartland" would be a better, more unifying choice, Phillips said. "Tired of the meanness and the fear-mongering of Donald Trump, I would like to see Joe Biden, a wonderful and remarkable man, pass the torch, and cement this extraordinary legacy," Phillips said Sunday. "As a Democrat, I adore Joe Biden.
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In a "Meet the Press" exclusive, Pence dodged questions on whether he would pardon the former president. Pence said he has the support of all kinds of people, but wouldn't say if he's targeting Trump supporters. Still, Pence wouldn't say if he would pardon Trump himself if he were elected to the Oval Office, saying the "question is premature." We don't know what the verdict will be of the jury," Pence said in his NBC interview. "Look, I know the people in our movement, and I can honestly tell you that they're some of the best people in this country," Pence said.
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"Meet the Press" host and moderator Chuck Todd announced on Sunday that he will step down this year after nine years hosting the public affairs talk show. "'Meet the Press' has sustained its historic role as the indispensable news program on Sunday mornings," Blumenstein and Budoff Brown said. She is the second woman — following its inaugural host, Martha Rountree — and the first Black journalist to moderate "Meet the Press." Todd — the 12th moderator of "Meet the Press" and a five-time Emmy-winning journalist — saw himself as a custodian of the show. Welker has regularly filled in for Todd on "Meet the Press."
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Chuck Todd is stepping down from ‘Meet the Press’
  + stars: | 2023-06-04 | by ( Ramishah Maruf | )   time to read: +2 min
New York CNN —Chuck Todd, the longtime host of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” is stepping down from his role, he shared with the audience on Sunday. “When I took over ‘Meet the Press,’ it was a Sunday show that had a lot of people questioning whether it still could have a place in the modern media space,” Todd said on the show. But it’s important media leaders do not “overstay their welcome,” Todd said on the show. “I’ve let work consume me for nearly 30 years,” Todd said. “But it doesn’t mean sticking your head in the sand either; if you ignore reality, you’ll miss the biggest story,” Todd said.
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Chuck Todd to Leave ‘Meet the Press’
  + stars: | 2023-06-04 | by ( Benjamin Mullin | )   time to read: +1 min
Chuck Todd said on Sunday that he was stepping down from NBC’s “Meet the Press” after nine years in the moderator’s chair and would be succeeded by the network’s chief White House correspondent, Kristen Welker. In remarks at the conclusion of the show on Sunday, Mr. Todd, 50, said he was conscious that many leaders “overstay their welcome” and that he’d rather leave “a little bit too soon than stay a tad too long.”“I’ve let work consume me for nearly 30 years,” Mr. Todd said, according to a copy of his prepared remarks. “I can’t remember the last time I didn’t wake up before 5 or 6 a.m., and as I’ve watched too many friends and family let work consume them before it was too late, I promised my family I wouldn’t do that.”Mr. Todd, a longtime political journalist in Washington, started as moderator of “Meet the Press” in 2014. He has recently interviewed newsmakers including former Vice President Mike Pence, Vice President Kamala Harris, the Republican presidential aspirant Vivek Ramaswamy and Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York, the House minority leader.
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Chuck Todd said Sunday he will step down as moderator of "Meet the Press" after nine years. NBC News' co-chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker will take over later this year. Chuck Todd said Sunday he will step down as moderator of "Meet the Press" after nine years and will be replaced by NBC News' co-chief White House correspondent Kristen Welker. Kristen Welker will take over the hosting duties at "Meet the Press." Welker has already been filling in for Todd on "Meet the Press," and on Sunday he said she has been "ready for this for a long time."
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Vivek Ramaswamy, a 2024 GOP candidate, said he wants to shut down the FBI. It was a "head-scratcher" for MSNBC's Chuck Todd, who spoke with Ramaswamy on Sunday. If you're confused about 2024 GOP candidate Vivek Ramaswamy's proposal, you're not alone. I said shut down the FBI and replace it with something new," said Ramaswamy, an "anti-woke" biotech millionaire. "So, you're going to replace the FBI with a new FBI?"
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