- The Washington Times - Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Chris Matthews offered his help Monday night to get Hillary Rodham Clinton in the White House in 2016.

Just hours after media critic David Zurawik called the network “a bona fide organ of state propaganda” for hiring “longtime Team Obama loyalists David Axelrod and Robert Gibbs,” Mr. Matthews host offered his services in getting Hillary Clinton elected as president.

“If you’re watching, Madam Secretary, all three of us have brilliant ideas,” the MSNBC host spoke of network contributors Howard Fineman and Joan Walsh. “All of us have great ideas. And I especially put myself in that group with Joan and David. We know how to do this, we’ll get you in there.”


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Ms. Walsh added that Mrs. Clinton cannot run her campaign as the same candidate she was in 2007. “She’s got to be about the future,” she said.

The 2016 election is 44 months away.