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Over the weekend, he posted, “W A T C H ______________ T H I S __________S P A C E,” according to the New York Post. (He also announced his MLB.com Baseball Nerd blog returns 2/14.) As the Huffington Post points out, he changed his photo to himself as a young boy at a baseball game.
On Monday morning, the top of his page read, “You might very well think so; I could not possibly comment,” which could be referring to the confidentiality clause he signed to not discuss the reasons why he left the network. Related: Conservatives react quietly to his depature.
(The quote could also refer to a BBC drama called House of Cards in which a ruthless politician becomes so obsessed with holding onto power as prime minister that he actually commits multiple murders – and then kills himself. “You might very well think so; I could not possibly comment” is the comment he keeps repeating to a reporter when trying to plant negative stories about rivals.)
According to multiple published reports, he’ll continue to be paid his $7 million salary through the fall. The New York Post also says his agreement will keep him offline until next month.
Olbermann is known for posting 20-30 times a day on Twitter.
He briefly suspended his Twitter account in December after he was criticized for an interview with Michael Moore about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
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