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  • For MSNBC, Schweitzer said he will appear once or twice a week from a studio being built at his house on Georgetown Lake, addressing topics ranging from health care and energy policy, to state budgets.

    Schweitzer joins cable news channel as contributor →

  • "At Fox News they've got it down that Democrats are always wrong and Republicans are always right. Too much of MSNBC is saying the Democrats are always right and Republicans are always wrong," he said. "When the Democrats have it wrong, I'll say it and when the Republicans have it wrong, I'll say it."

    Schweitzer joins cable news channel as contributor →

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