MSNBC said Monday former Republican presidential candidate Alan Keyes has
signed on to host a new one-hour weeknight talk show, beginning Jan. 21.
Alan Keyes Is Making Sense will replace MSNBC Investigates and
other long-form programs, which will continue to run on the weekend.
Keyes will add a conservative voice to MSNBC's talent pool, which includes
Chris Matthews, a former speechwriter for President Jimmy Carter.
Keyes is a two-time presidential candidate, who ran most recently in the 2000
Keyes worked during the Reagan Administration in the U.S. Foreign Service and
on the National Security Council.
He also hosts a nationally syndicated radio program, the Alan Keyes Show:
America's Wake-Up Call.
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