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Topic - Mark Halperin
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The race for the political thriller of 2012 is heating up with Noam Scheiber's "The Escape Artists," a tick-tock narrative about the Obama administration's attempts to balance stimulating the economy with reducing the deficit.
MSNBC is reinstating political analyst Mark Halperin this week, a month after he was suspended for an off-color remark about President Barack Obama.
MSNBC suspended political analyst Mark Halperin for an off-color remark about President Barack Obama on "Morning Joe" Thursday.
The White House says an off-color remark about President Barack Obama by MSNBC analyst Mark Halperin was inappropriate.
That, Mr. Halperin declared, "could drive this into the fall."
Halperin said during an appearance Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that he thought Obama "was a dick yesterday."