The Ratigan interview caught the attention of former MSNBC reporter/anchor David Shuster, who criticized on Bill Press’s radio show (audio here) this morning, and has since taken his criticism to Twitter:
Ratigan responded to Shuster’s — and other — complaints via his own Twitter account:
While Shuster criticized the interview, he made a point of noting that his feelings were not personal toward Ratigan, tweeting: “I have no personal animosity towards @dylanratigan. Professionally, his love-in with Breitbart was inappropriate.”
Breitbart is in the middle of a media junket promoting his new book, Righteous Indignation, and was also interviewed by MSNBC’s Martin Bashir. That interview airs today.
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