Expect to see ex-CNNer James Carville popping up more on MSNBC and ABC’s “This Week.”
We hear Carville is seriously contemplating semi-regular appearances on ABC’s “This Week”, as he did Sunday, and there’s a good shot he’ll try to strike a deal with MSNBC as well. Nothing has been signed on the dotted line. But stay tuned.
As of late, we are seeing former senior political advisor to the Clinton White House on various networks including NBC’s “Today Show,” MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and CBS “This Morning.” As most know, he’s a fee-agent since he and his wife, Mary Matalin, recently parting ways with CNN.
Carville and Stephanopoulos…have had a strong bond dating back to the days of “The War Room,” and while they still check in daily, Carville hasn’t been a regular on any Sunday news show since the passing of his close friend, Tim Russert on “Meet the Press.” Carville has appeared on “GMA” numerous times since Stephanopoulos took the helm in December of 2009.
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