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The filmmaker behind the infamous '47 Percent' video claims that if he were to meet Mitt Romney again, he wouldn't talk to him.
The man behind the now infamous "47 percent" video joins HuffPost Live and shares his thoughts on high-priced political dinners.
Scott Prouty, the man behind the now infamous "47 percent" video, tells HuffPost Live why he decided to record Mitt Romney.
HuffPost has agreed to withhold the name of the surreptitious filmmaker until he breaks his silence on MSNBC's "The Ed Show
Schultz had a simple response: "shut up!" Schultz seemed frustrated by the criticism and said he went "as an objective reporter
Starting Monday, "The Ed Show" will be moved to the prime 8 PM slot. Lawrence O'Donnell's "The Last Word" will be moved to
Ed Schultz did not take kindly to a statement by Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum, calling her "dumb" on his Tuesday show
The election is eons away, but Ed Schultz jumped into the race for the 2012 GOP nomination on Monday to deliver his (most
HuffPost editor Roy Sekoff appeared on MSNBC's "The Ed Show" Monday night to discuss the White House compromise on the expiring