MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace has continued to speculate about the campaign opening for liberal analyst-turned-politician Matthew Dowd.
Dowd, a political analyst and former Bush aide who has been appearing on MSNBC and CNN since leaving ABC News, announced on Wednesday that he was running as a Democrat for the governor of the red county of Texas.
At “Deadline: White House,” Wallace gave a fascinating introduction to his “old friend.”
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“For people who don’t know you, you have a perfect life so I think you bring all the scrutiny,” Wallace began. “You really brought it to the campaign and you put your heart into it when you really broke it open with George W. Bush and you came to it as a person and a friend and a father. And I’d like to hear why that drove you what you did today.”
Towards the end of the nine-minute episode, the MSNBC actress gave her a performance contract.
“As someone who was in the room when you delivered a difficult truth to powerful people, I can testify to your ability to express yourself straight regardless of the outcome,” Wallace told his former colleague Bush before congratulating him on his protest.
Wallace then invited Dowd to take two separate panel discussions, one at Texas’s abortion ban and the other on Democrat spending game at Capitol Hill, as if he were a MSNBC political analyst.
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Dowd really benefited from such a demonstration though, appearing for about the first half hour of “Deadline: White House.”
The ambassador was also spotted on “The ReidOut” while taking a court hearing on January 6.