MSNBC Cuts Gwen Moore Off

Tamron Hall: 'Awkward, but it's live'

Rep. Gwen Moore (D., Wis.) had a bit of an awkward moment at the conclusion of her interview on MSNBC's "News Nation" Monday afternoon.

After Moore concluded decrying House Republicans for not moving fast enough to fix sequestration, Tamron Hall thanked Moore for her time and initiated the end of the interview:

GWEN MOORE: […] You name it. It's a death by a thousand cuts. And I don't think that Democrats in the House are — we're waiting for a bill and waiting for the House of Representatives to give us an opportunity to end this stalemate.

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TAMRON HALL: Congresswoman, thank you so much for your time, I greatly appreciate it. I'm hoping to talk with you soon on this issue. And joining me on our "News Nation" —

GWEN MOORE: And you know Tamron —

TAMRON HALL: I don't know what just happened but I'm sorry. She had another point to make and we have to move on. Awkward, but it's live. Joining me now, our "News Nation" political panel Carrie Budoff Brown of Politico and Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis. Again, our apologies to the Congresswoman, I didn't know she was going to continue her thought.

Full interview: