Friday, February 12, 2016

Rendell explores possible TV pundit career

Move over Glenn Beck, Ed Rendell may be coming to your network.

Rendell explores possible TV pundit career


Move over Glenn Beck, Ed Rendell may be coming to your network.

Gov. Rendell tells Salon that "his people"are talking to Fox, CNN and MSNBC about a possible deal to sign him as a contributor.

Is it any surprise? Rendell has been ubiquitous on the nation's airwaves - his number of appearances growing in the waning months of his lame-duck year. Perhaps most surprisingly, he's most visible on Fox - more specifically, its gossipy morning show, Fox & Friends.

Rendell also offered Salon a prediction for the 2012 election: Obama faces no serious opposition in the Democratic primary. Why? "It's too hard and it costs too much money."


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