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Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer has a new job. Politico is reporting the Montana Democrat is now an MSNBC contributor.

On Wednesday @brianschweitzer tweeted "Fishin' in the morning - @msnbc in the afternoon!"

Schweitzer has been rumored as a possible presidential contender in 2016. While he denies mulling a bid he did say on national television that he will visit every county in Iowa before the caucus.

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