Just In: MSNBC’s David Shuster has been suspended from MSNBC “indefinitely” according to a spokesperson.
Shuster’s MSNBC contract expires in December. Over the weekend, an MSNBC executive told TVNewser‘s Gail Shister, anything less than a suspension “sends a message from management that this is OK.”
Shuster, who has been anchoring two dayside hours on MSNBC, at 10amET and 3pmET, joined MSNBC in 2002 following a six-year run at Fox News Channel.
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