Don't Try to Tell Tamron Hall Something's a Non-Story

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MSNBC's Tamron Hall got quite angry with the Washington Examiner's Tim Carney when he suggested she was doing "a typical media trick" by covering the day two "non-story" about Romney's bullying, and woo boy, this is a confrontation worth watching. "I"m gonna go meta meta on you," he says, and she replies, "You don't want me to go anything on you because you're irritating me right now." Finally she cuts out his feed saying, "I'm done."  Video via The Free Beacon:

Somewhere, John King -- also once accused of drumming up a non-story -- must be thinking, "Ohhh, that's what I should have said!" And indeed, it's kind of fun to watch her defend her right to cover what she wants. But others like the Daily Caller's Matt Lewis, aren't such fans of Hall's reaction. "Tamron Hall's treatment of Tim Carney was unprofessional. Getting harder for MSNBC to pretend its daytime coverage isn't also biased," he tweeted. Carney, meanwhile, was reeling for a bit. "Wait, @tamronhall cut off my mic? Seriously," he tweeted

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