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Chris Matthews Stays on MSNBC, Howard Dean to CNBC?

Chris Matthews has renewed his contract with MSNBC to stay on another four years. That means we'll be treated to Chris's totally unbiased (wink) political coverage during the 2012 election!

Meanwhile, a new cable news personality is being born on CNBC. Perhaps ready to trust in someone other than Jim Cramer, CNBC has signed on Howard Dean as a regular contributor for business news.

Dean, like Cramer, is infamous for enthusiastically screaming into the camera, and he worked on Wall Street for a bit after graduating college. Dean also was an early critic of business practices that help create the financial crisis.

Both Matthews and Dean have dreams of public office — Chris hinted at a Senate run, and we all know Howard was willing and able to serve in the Obama administration. Are you happy to see these two on TV instead of in office?


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Jillness Jillness 6 years
I always felt bad for Dean. He was in a room of screaming, excited people. It sounded "crazy" because they would play the audio from his mic, not the audio from the room. He was shouting with people who were very enthusiastically agreeing with him. Such a shame. I don't agree with all of his politics, though.
valancyjane valancyjane 6 years
Dean, like Cramer, is infamous for enthusiastically screaming into the camera, Oh, for Pete's sake. He did that once, and if you ask me he got unfairly pilloried for it - it was election night, for goodness' sake! Was he supposed to be calm? He is hardly a parallel to Cramer.
piper23 piper23 6 years
I thought Dean was a doctor of some sort before he bacame a politician. But I guess him giving financial advice can't be any worse than the other guys on CNBC.
stephley stephley 6 years
I hate Hardball, but like the Chris Matthews Show on Sunday mornings. I don't watch CNBC now, but might check in to see what Dean has to say.
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