One was fired from NPR for making controversial comments. The other was (more or less) fired from his role at MSNBC for beliefs he’s expressed and and written. Now a week after leaving MSNBC, Pat Buchanan sits down with Juan Williams for an interview on FoxNewsLatino.com.
In this clip of the 20-minute interview, Buchanan talks about the “blacklist” he feels he is on, while Williams opens up about how he found himself out of a job for something he said: “I understand the poison that comes into the American domain when what you are saying is ruled out of bounds and you are viewed as someone who is not welcome into the mainstream of American ideas.”
See the full interview after the jump…
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