Chris Matthews Compares GOP Governors to Prostitutes

Chris Matthews blasted the handful of 2016 Republican hopefuls who met with Sheldon Adelson over the weekend in Las Vegas as part of the annual Republican Jewish Coalition meeting, and likened the meeting to hookers vying for a john.

“Vegas used to be known for a lot of prostitution out there, and I was thinking prostitution seems to have made a comeback this week with all this ‘choose me’ action,” the MSNBC host said on his show on Monday.

Politico’s Ken Vogel later chimed in to say potential candidates, such as New Jersey governor Chris Christie and former Florida governor Jeb Bush, now need to find a “sugar daddy” like Adelson.

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