MSNBC Execs “Seem Patient,” Carlson Says

By Brian 

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The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s Bill Steigerwald asks Tucker Carlson: “What’s it going to take, ratings-wise, for MSNBC to keep you around?”

The MSNBC host responds: “I have no idea. I haven’t felt any ratings pressure at all. I think they understand the show has rolled out at the beginning of the summer. They’ve had all sorts of different kinds of programming in that 9 o’clock spot for a long time. They understand that it’s going to take time for people to find the show, and they seem patient enough to wait for that. And I’m grateful.”

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