Glenn Greenwald tells Megyn Kelly he has been 'formally banned' from MSNBC | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Glenn Greenwald tells Megyn Kelly he has been 'formally banned' from MSNBC

The Intercept co-founder Glenn Greenwald told Megyn Kelly that he was "formally banned" from MSNBC because of his criticism of the network's coverage of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election.

"I used to be really good friends with Rachel Maddow," Greenwald told Kelly on the inaugural episode of her new podcast. "Before she got her MSNBC show and was on Air America, I used to go on all the time and we used to bash Democrats from the left as a fraudulent political party."

"She's very, very smart. Same with [MSNBC host Chris Hayes], who's been a longtime friend of mine. I used to go on both of their shows all the time to kind of feed the audience whatever they felt like they wanted them to be fed."

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