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MSNBC Decides to Bring Back Sam Seder

In a dramatic reversal, MSNBC has decided to bring back Sam Seder as a contributor, days after the two sides parted ways over an old tweet of Seder's that had drawn right-wing criticism. Seder, a progressive commentator who also hosts his own daily radio show, said that he will accept the network's offer. "I appreciate MSNBC's thoughtful reconsideration and willingness to understand the cynical motives of those who intentionally misrepresented my tweet for their own toxic, political purposes," Seder said in a statement.
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