Watch: Rachel Maddow’s Replacement Is Even Worse, Suffers Major Gaffe Within Seconds of 1st Episode ⋆ Flag And Cross


Was it a glitch or was it a sign of things to come?

On Tuesday, Alex Wagner, the pundit who’s replacing Rachel Maddow in the 9 p.m. time slot on MSNBC Tuesday to Friday, helmed her first show. It was a busy day, obviously, with the ongoing disputes over the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s home last week and Rep. Liz Cheney’s looming primary defeat in Wyoming, inter alia.

At nine sharp, Chris Hayes, host of the 8 p.m. program “All in with Chris Hayes,” threw it to Wagner, who said she was “honored to share the stage with” him.

“Thank you for everything,” she said.

“All right,” Hayes said with a smile. “I’m going to go watch you now.”


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Let’s just say he didn’t witness broadcasting greatness in action.

“Tonight, the FBI warrant used to search Mar-a-Lago is unsealed. The three potential crimes laid out in that document. We’ll dive into what it means and what could happen,” Wagner said.

Then came a long, awkward pause, while images clearly tied to the Wyoming GOP primary — not the Mar-a-Lago raid — appeared on the screen with her.

She eventually found the words: “… with one of the Wall Street Journal reporters who was first to report on the contents of that warrant.”

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OK, that happens. But then came another pause.

“Then we’ll–” Another pause. Then, Wagner threw up her hands and mouthed something toward the camera, with all the professionalism of a high school sophomore in a media communications class.

“Then we’ll talk with — we — we’re going to go right — we’re actually going to go right to the top story tonight.”

That top story was the “steepest of climbs” faced by Rep. Cheney to hold on to her seat; polls in Wyoming had just closed, although it didn’t take long to realize Cheney wasn’t going to make that climb. But I digress.


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