A part of MSNBC.com’s relaunch last week, several MSNBC TV anchors talk about their first day at the channel. “My first day at MSNBC, was MSNBC’s first day,” said Lawrence O’Donnell. Chris Matthews then one-ups O’Donnell: “I was here before there was an MNSBC. It was called ‘America’s Talking’
and I had a 2-hour show every night.” (What Matthews didn’t mention is that “America’s Talking” was run by Roger Ailes who would go on to launch Fox News.)
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