Foul Play: MSNBC’s Chuck Todd Business Relationship With Dem Nominee Exposed
Some foul play has been discovered between a Democrat presidential nominee and MSNBC’s Chuck Todd.
After moderating his second Democrat primary debate it has been discovered that Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn) was in a business relationship with Chuck Todd.
Todd was Klobuchar’s landlord of a property she rented in Arlington, Va starting in 2008, she and her husband no longer live there but it is not known when they moved out.
The Minnesota Star is reporting that, Klobuchar was paying “$3,200/month, plus utilities.” and that she was upgrading from a smaller two-bedroom apartment to accommodate “visiting grandparents,” which the rent was “$2,800 a month.”
The Star reported that Klobuchar spends “four to five days in DC, with one family weekend each month in Arlington.”
Not only has Todd been the moderator for two debates but he has interviewed Klobuchar 11 times and eight of those interviews have taken place during the election cycle.
Todd’s first interview with Klobuchar was in June of 2009, the Klobuchar campaign did confirm with Fox News that the first few years she was in Washington, she rented a home in Arlington; they would not say who the landlord was.
It is normal for members of the House and Senate to have a second home in Washington DC however, many lawmakers sleep in their offices due to the high rent in the area. Last year Democrats did try to ban the practice.
Democrats claim that Republican representatives that sleep in their office are living off the government for free. However, Republican lawmakers have said that they are being frugal with their money and showing their constituents that they are not being corrupted by Washington and moving in, they are are only there to do a job.
At no time has Chuck Todd nor Klobuchar disclose that they were involved in a business relationship.