O'Donnell: NBC Won't Say Fate of 'Apprentice'

Thursday, 28 Apr 2011 01:29 PM

By Dan Weil

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MSNBC commentator Lawrence O’Donnell is upset at his sister network NBC for not revealing the fate of Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice," Politico reports.

The real estate mogul’s show appears on NBC.

On his own show “The Last Word,” O’Donnell criticized NBC officials Wednesday for not announcing the future of Trump’s show, thereby keeping it a mystery whether the Donald will run for president.

O'Donnell argued that the network "likely" knew whether Trump has "re-upped for next season, since many of NBC’s other shows have already been announced for that year," Politico reports.

“NBC can no longer avoid conflict with Mr. Trump,” O’Donnell said. “The NBC entertainment division could not possibly have created a worse conflict with the NBC News division. The NBC entertainment division is now in possession of news that the NBC News division would [like to have].



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