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After Progressive Uproar, MSNBC Offers To Re-Hire Sam Seder

According to Ryan Grim at the Intercept, Sam Seder will be offered his contributor job again, and plans to accept: Seder and MSNBC were set to part ways when his contributor contract expired next year, with reports indicating the departure had to do with a 2009 tweet from Seder surfaced by the far-right provocateur Mike Cernovich. After initially caving in to right-wing internet outrage over the tweet, MSNBC reversed its decision to not renew Seder’s contract.
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