Game Change author Mark Halperin’s post-MeToo redemption trip has actually gotten off to a rough start. For example, he supposedly pushed away the head of MSNBC after he pitched a fit in a telephone call about whether he might collaborate with the hosts of Morning Joe.
Two years after he was implicated by numerous females of unwanted sexual advances, including a minimum of three instances of rubbing his clothed penis on somebody, Halperin has been jockeying for a return to political punditry. In August, he announced a book deal– How to Beat Trump: America’s Leading Political Strategists on What It Will Take, coming in November from publisher Judith Regan, just in time for the 2020 election cycle to truly pop off.
But obviously he actually wishes to get back into cable news, for some factor, and the Daily Beast just reported that one crucial door is most likely to remain closed. The Monster said that previously this year, Halperin (formerly of MBNBC) got disappointed when the network leadership shot down the idea of his dealing with the hosts of Early Morning Joe as part of his resurgence So he called his old boss, Phil Griffin, and according to the Daily Beast, it went extremely, extremely terribly:
Several sources inform The Daily Beast that the discussion previously this year ended up being acrimonious, with Halperin dishing up unclear threats versus his previous manager.
MSNBC declined to talk about the episode. However MSNBC insiders said Griffin was furious about the conversation and wouldn’t likely take Halperin’s hire the future.
The hostile exchange was a sign of Halperin’s aggravation that his dream of returning to the punditry business– almost 2 years after numerous ladies came forward with stories of sexual misconduct– has been warded off at each turn.
Fun to consider all individuals who never ever get a shot at Halperin’s type of job in the first place, for reasons far, far various than alleged sexual misbehavior.