MSNBC Slates Documentaries on Obama and Romney

Aug 10, 2012  •  Post A Comment

In the runup to the Republican and Democratic conventions, MSNBC will present two documentaries about the presidential candidates, reports TVNewser.com. "Mitt Romney: The Making of a Candidate" will be hosted by Chuck Todd, while Chris Matthews will host "Barack Obama: Making History."

The Romney doc airs on the network on Friday, Aug. 24, at 10 p.m. ET, while the Obama production is set for Monday, Sept. 3, at 10 p.m. ET.

The Romney family will be prominently displayed in the Romney production, which will emphasize his background in business, his Mormon faith and how he interacts with his staff. The Obama documentary includes interviews with Vice President Joe Biden and campaign advisers Caroline Kennedy and David Axelrod.

2 Comments

  1. Remember, this is MSNBC doing these docs. I expect to see footage of Romney growing up as a Hitler Jungen and how he failed to pay taxes on his lemonade stand earnings as well. Meanwhile, while Chris Matthews is trying to suppress chills up and down his legs, Joe Biden will wax poetic about Barak’s past relationships with Rev. Wright and Bill Ayers.

  2. Still, much more balanced than that other “news” network. By leaps and bounds.

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