MSNBC's Chris Matthews Joked About Drugging Hillary Clinton

MSNBC's Chris Matthews Joked About Drugging Hillary Clinton

MSNBC's Chris Matthews Joked About Drugging Hillary Clinton

Outtake footage obtained by the website The Cut showed Matthews in an Iowa fire station, asking if he could "have some of the queen's waters".

The woman, who was then an assistant producer on Matthews's show "Hardball with Chris Matthews", accused the longtime MSNBC host of making inappropriate comments about her while in the company of others. "Where's that Bill Cosby pill I brought with me?" he asks to awkward laughter from staffers around him.

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There are 2 comments on the Washington Times story from 1 hr ago, titled Chris Matthews apologizes for joke about slipping Hillary Clinton a a Bill Cosby pilla. "Precious waters?" he innocently jokes, before diving in. "I realize that's no excuse". Cosby has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women, including allegations that he drugged women to sexually assault them. He said, "I deeply regret it and I'm sorry". He once pinched her cheek after an interview, and, in 2008 said, "the reason she's a US senator, the reason she's a candidate for president, the reason she may be a front-runner is her husband messed around".

He wondered aloud in 2005 if the military would "take the orders" from a female commander in chief, like Clinton, Jezebel reported.

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MSNBC later confirmed the report from The Daily Caller that Mathews was formally reprimanded and that the employee had been paid compensation upon leaving her job. The payment was intended as a settlement, though some sources disputed the number, saying it was lower and part of a severance package. Matthews said to a crew member. Based on people who were involved in the matter, the network concluded that the comments were inappropriate and juvenile but were not meant to be taken as propositions.

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