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MSNBC Cuts Away From Bernie Sanders as He Condemns Trans-Pacific Partnership

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MSNBC Cuts Away From Bernie Sanders as He Condemns Trans-Pacific Partnership.

MSNBC owner Comcast has lobbied for the TPP. Last year, it fired host Ed Schultz, an outspoken opponent of the agreement.

A Media Matters study found that outside of Schultz’s show, the TPP was mentioned only twice on MSNBC during an 18-month period. Last year, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough admitted to The Intercept that his network was “guilty” of ignoring the TPP.

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