Here’s why we follow @HowardKurtz on Twitter – when we don’t have the volume up, he does:
MSNBC guest just talked about “investigating Bill Clinton for a blowjob.” Didn’t know you could say that on TV. Shuster grimaced, apologized
Here’s what happened — around 3:49pmET a guest was making her point during a debate over this story:
“And your idea is that after investigating Bill Clinton for a blowjob for like five years, we shouldn’t investigate the huge, grossly illegal things that were done under the past administration.”
David Shuster wrapped it up after that.
Shuster: We appreciate you both coming on and um, Tamron…
Tamron Hall: I’m sure Marci apologizes for the choice of words, she’s very passionate about it and things happen…
Shuster: We all say things sometimes when we’re passionate that we don’t intend, especially on a dayside, family-oriented cable television news network…
Hall: I’m sure she apologizes, and we do, too.
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