Former Governor Rendell pops up on NBC following President Obama’s State of the Union Speech

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Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell appeared on NBC following President Obama’s State of the Union Speech. Rendell told NBC Anchor Brian Williams he was disappointed that Obama did not bring up the subject of gun control. Rendell said Obama did a good job co-opting some Republican ideas.

Rendell inked his deal with NBC and MSNBC roughly 48 hours ago that will put him in the catbird seat as a regular political commentator.  Rendell also rejoined the law firm of Ballard Spahr.  Rendell had worked his magical lawyering skills at the Center City law firm before he was elected to his first term in 2002.

Rendell recently told Rock The Capital he was looking for diverse ways to earn a living.

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