Martin Bashir resigns from MSNBC

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UPI) -- Martin Bashir, the MSNBC host who suggested former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin should endure a horrifying form of slave punishment, resigned Wednesday.
Martin Bashir resigns from MSNBC over Sarah Palin comments

Martin Bashir resigns from MSNBC over Sarah Palin comments

Dec. 4 (UPI) -- Martin Bashir tendered his resignation for suggesting that Sarah Palin deserved to be treated like a slave.
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Sarah Palin accepts Martin Bashir's apology

WASHINGTON, Nov. 24 (UPI) -- Ex-Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin said Sunday MSNBC anchor Martin Bashir's on-air rant about her doesn't "have to affect" her, but questions his lack of punishment.
Sarah Palin cancels 'Today' chat due to Martin Bashir rant

Sarah Palin cancels 'Today' chat due to Martin Bashir rant

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (UPI) -- Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin canceled a planned interview for NBC's "Today" show after MSNBC's Martin Bashir ranted about her on the air, Fox News reported.

Martin Bashir (born January 19, 1963, London, England, UK) is a British journalist of Pakistani descent.

Bashir was born in South London to Pakistani Christian parents and grew up in Wandsworth. He was educated at King Alfred's College of Higher Education, Winchester (since 2004 the University of Winchester), studying English & History from 1982-1985, and at King's College London. He still keeps a house in Winchester.

He started work as a journalist in 1986. He worked for the BBC until 1999 on programmes including Songs of Praise, Public Eye and Panorama and then he joined ITV, working on special documentary programmes and features for Tonight with Trevor McDonald.

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