Suspension for MSNBC's Shuster


NEW YORK -- MSNBC correspondent David Shuster will serve a two-week suspension for comments that angered the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.

NBC News President Steve Capus confirmed on Thursday that Shuster will be back to work on Feb. 22. The suspension began last week when Shuster, filling in as guest host of "Tucker," wondered aloud whether Chelsea Clinton was being "pimped out" by the campaign.

Shuster and NBC News apologized over the air and personally to the Clinton campaign and to Chelsea Clinton. It didn't stop a firestorm of criticism against MSNBC, which has been seen in some quarters as being anti-Clinton. MSNBC host Chris Matthews has been criticized by the Clinton campaign.

On Wednesday, Clinton confirmed that she would participate in a Feb. 26 debate in Ohio that she had already said she would attend but threw into doubt because of the campaign's anger at MSNBC.