Black Leaders Demand Meeting With MSNBC After Firing Of Host Tiffany Cross
View Source | November 8, 2022 12:17 pm
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- Black leaders including NAACP President Derrick Johnson, former ESPN host Jemele Hill, and Color of Change President Rashad Robinson are slamming MSNBC and requesting a meeting with President Rashida Jones after the sudden firing of Cross Connection host Tiffany Cross.
- In a letter, the group expressed dismay at the “abrupt cancellation of the Cross Connection and the unexpected ouster of its host, just four days before a critical midterm election.”
- The letter then goes on to blast MSNBC for allowing “Fox News to dictate its hiring and unwarranted firing decisions,” referencing Cross’s repeated conflicts with top-rated Fox host Tucker Carlson.
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