Dylan Ratigan is leaving MSNBC according to the New York Times’ Brian Stelter.He’ll apparently leave at the end of his contract to pursure more political activism, according to the report.
“Once you’ve said your piece, you can either keep saying it — and then it’s a job, good job, pays well, everybody knows your name, it’s great — or you can decide what you’re going to do about it,” he said. “And the answer is, I don’t know. But I do know, in order to figure it out, I have to dismount.”
Ratigan, of course, came to MSNBC after a similarly surprising departure from CNBC.
On MSNBC he’s known for his firey, populist attacks against Wall Street, politicians, and the intersection thereof.
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