Greta Van Susteren will debut her new show Monday on MSNBC and there’s little doubt that her 14 years at competitor Fox News left an indelible impression.
…just look at the name of her new show.
“For The Record” launches at 6 p.m. EST on Monday, which sounds eerily similar to her show on Fox News, “On The Record.”
But the similarities don’t end there.
Appearing on “Morning Joe,” Van Susteren revealed that her first episode will feature Valerie Jarrett and Reince Priebus, before offering a familiar refrain.
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“And, to steal a phrase you may have heard before, I consider it fair and balanced,” she said, using the Fox News tag line.
“It’s going to be about facts,” she told co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. “I’m gonna go out and ask questions, and how the chips fall they may fall.”
Watch the full exchange below:
Welcome, @greta! ‘For the Record’ on #MSNBC: What can we expect to see? https://t.co/hMD4OsdoIy
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) January 9, 2017
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