The radio host went on MSNBC to share his reaction to the political media storm over Biden’s comments on his show.
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“The View” host confirmed that picking Palin was one of her father’s “biggest regrets” and urged Biden not to treat the process like a “beauty queen contest.”
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“We could not get enough Fred,” Kimmel said of the great comic actor who was a frequent guest on his show and passed away over the weekend.