Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we lusted after everyone from MSNBC's Steve Kornacki to Adam Sandler in jorts. It was a weird year, OK?
The NBC News political analyst broke down the playoff odds on "Sunday Night Football" as expertly as he did the 2020 election.
"Never before have khakis and a striped tie gotten so many hot under the (Oxford) collar," the magazine said of the MSNBC correspondent.
The San Francisco-based retailer reports a "dramatic increase" in demand for the MSNBC journalist's signature trousers.
Twitter users urged the MSNBC journalist and "chart-throb" to donate the threadbare garment, which was held together by staples, to a museum.
MSNBC's national political correspondent recalls his unintentionally NSFW map during the last presidential election.
The MSNBC journalist took over the rest of the hour after the "Hardball" host announced his resignation.
The news was announced on Monday's broadcast of "Hardball."
Can we all just take a deep breath? I'm speaking to many Democratic voters as well as the bulk of the mainstream media here, just to clarify. Because far too many seem to currently be going off the deep end. But from where I sit, this is an overreaction to a very short-term situation.
When it comes to political campaigns, the past used to be the best predictor of the future. But no more. Speaking on The Costa Report, political history buff and host of MSNBC's Meet the Press Daily, Steve Kornacki, summed up the 2016 Presidential race, "New rules for politics are being written in real time right now. And finding out what those rules are is invigorating!"