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Chris Matthews to host Bill Clinton special: ‘President of the World’

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews is anchoring a President’s Day special on MSNBC three weeks from today titled “President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon.”

Matthews recently spent a week Bill Clinton, sitting down with him one-on-one for the special. The hour includes interviews with Clinton’s close friends including Tony Blair, Terry McAuliffe, Mary Steenburgen and Kevin Spacey. The special “will take viewers behind the scenes of Clinton’s life,” says the press release.

There’s not a single political figure today with the global reach and influence of Bill Clinton—a former U.S. President turned humanitarian and diplomat extraordinaire. No one else in today’s political arena has the ability to command the attention of world leaders and organizations everywhere quite like he does.

“President of the World: The Bill Clinton Phenomenon” airs at 10pmET Monday, Feb. 21.

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Another Clintonite Joins Fox News

wolfson_7-8.JPGFrom today’s mediabistro.com Daily Newsfeed:

Another of the most visible faces of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign has joined Fox News Channel, reports The Caucus blog on NYTimes.com. Howard Wolfson, one of Clinton’s top strategists, is expected to be announced as a contributor to the network today.

“I thought that Fox’s coverage during the primary was comprehensive and fair and evenhanded,” said Wolfson.

This comes less than a month after another Clinton supporter, Lanny Davis, signed with FNC. That leaves just Terry McAuliffe as the remaining free agent Clinton supporter who made regular appearances on the cablers during the primary season (CNN has Paul Begala and James Carville under contract already).

So, after all the fallout from the Carr column yesterday…it’s the New York Times that breaks a Fox News story?

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