Pat Buchanan MSNBC

February 17, 2012 by staff 

Pat Buchanan MSNBC, MSNBC has dropped the conservative commentator and onetime presidential candidate Pat Buchanan, bowing to criticism that his latest book contained racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic sentiment.

Buchannan was suspended by the network last month, following the publication of his book, “Suicide of a Superpower.” The book included chapters titled “The End of White America” and “The Death of Christian America.”

When Buchannan was first suspended, MSNBC President Phil Griffin said he did not consider Buchanan’s book something that “should be part of the national dialogue, much less part of the dialogue on MSNBC.” The network said that “after 10 years, we have decided to part ways with Pat Buchanan. We wish him well.”

Buchannan was a senior adviser to Presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. He was the original host of CNN’s news program Crossfire. He ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 1991 and 1996. In 2000, he ran for president on the Reform Party ticket.

He is staunchly conservative and was a co-founder of The American Conservative magazine. He also launched the American Cause, a conservative foundation aimed at promoting “traditional American values.”

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