She’ll probably be back at MSNBC by the time the crazy man loses out to Grandma, but will Schultz still be there when she gets back?
Arianna Jones, a producer for MSNBC’s The Ed Show is leaving the network at the end of the week and joining Bernie Sanders‘ nascent campaign for president. She’ll be Deputy Communications Manager for the campaign. The University of Vermont graduate will be returning to the state to work out of Sanders’ campaign headquarters in Burlington. Jones has been with The Ed Show for four years.
In other Sanders news, for Obama flunkie David Axelrod said voters will have a fling with the loony Vermont socialist, but will come running home to Grandma.
“People have will have a fling with Bernie. Bernie is like a great fun date because you know he’s not going to be around town too long, and I think you’re going to see people flirt with that,” Axelrod, who also advised former President Clinton, said on MSNBC’s “Hardball.”
“But I think Hillary’s fundamental approach reflects the mainstream of the Democratic Party. I think she’ll be the nominee of the party.”
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— jon gabriel (@exjon) June 16, 2015