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Olbermann Names Calderone “Worse Person” For “Oh God” Post

Politico’s Michael Calderone made the “Worst Persons” list last night due to his initial report about the “oh God” comment on MSNBC. “Mr. Calderone, you guessed, you guessed wrong, you pretended you got it right, and you owe me an apology,” said Olbermann. Within two hours, Calderone responded. “Olbermann is incorrect to say that I ‘pretended’ to get it right the entire time,” wrote Calderone. “It’s all very transparent, laid out in a few updates, as the story progressed…However, I’ll apologize to Olbermann for initially pointing the finger at him without having it confirmed.”:

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After naming his fellow NBCU’er Rick Santelli a “worst person” on Friday, Santelli was back as part of Olbermann’s Tuesday list, in relation to his appearance on G. Gordon Liddy‘s radio show. “A rant, disconnected from the reality of most Americans,” said Olbermann of Santelli’s comments last week. Click continued to see the segment, and the “15 minutes of fame” Olbermann designated for the CNBC correspondent…

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