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All the times MSNBC and its hosts publicly apologized in 2018



In April, anti-LGBTQ posts found on MSNBC anchor Joy Reid’s old blog made their way around the internet, forcing the “AM Joy” host to issue a meandering apology and launch a cybersecurity quest into whether or not her site was hacked.

On her show, Reid said she “genuinely” did not believe she wrote those “hateful” things.

“But I can definitely understand, based on things I have tweeted and have written in the past, why some people don’t believe me,” she said. “I’ve not been exempt from being dumb or cruel or hurtful to the very people I want to advocate for. I own that. I get it. And for that, I am truly, truly sorry.”

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