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At the end of that group date, Kelce will choose someone to go on an individual date with him.So some strategy will arguably be involved for that first woman chosen.“And while most of you know that our show doesn’t typically cover congressional races, I will continue to fully disclose my relationship with her as part of MSNBC’s commitment to being transparent and fair in our coverage,” added Matthews.But Matthews, who has made glowing references to Kathleen on his show without mentioning her campaign, hasn’t uttered a word about the contributions his 62-year-old wife has received from his TV guests.MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews isn’t much for keeping his promises of transparency when it involves political contributions to his wife’s congressional campaign.Last June, the blabbermouth commentator insisted on his show that he would be “transparent and fair in our coverage” after his wife, Kathleen, announced that she was running as a Democrat for the open seat in Maryland’s 8th District.
That could make for some entertaining, and painful, television.
11, 2016, one day before she was interviewed on the program.
Chris Matthews’ guests, their spouses or their PACs donated ,050 as of Dec.
Since then, Kathleen Matthews, a former news anchor and Marriott exec, has received a total of ,050 in campaign contributions from prominent former and current politicians featured on her husband’s long-running cable-news show.
“As a journalist, I also know how important it is to respect certain boundaries on my support for her both in my public role and here on MSNBC,” her husband said on his program.
It showed some political heavyweights making contributions just before or after their appearances on the show. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) gave ,000 to Kathleen’s campaign on June 20, 2015 — two days before Gillibrand appeared on “Hardball.” Sen.