MSNBC's Chris Matthews apologizes for Cosby comment

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"I don't get the joke", added Jesse Lehrich, a former Clinton campaign aide.

In a video recorded January 5, 2016, and first obtained by the Cut, Matthews is seen preparing for the interview Clinton.

Matthews previously attributed Clinton's political success to her husband's infidelity, and even called her "witchy".

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Matthews said that it was a bad comment he made in poor taste when the Cosby case was in the headlines.

The release of the footage comes as the nation reckons with sexual assault and harassment, with near-daily revelations about men falling from positions of power in entertainment, business, the media and politics.

Surrounded by a slew of staffers, the "Hardball" anchor asks, "Can I have some of the queen's waters?"

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Then, as he waits for his drink, says, "Where's that Bill Cosby pill I brought with me?" Cosby, it should be noted, has been accused of drugging women before allegedly assaulting them. He said, "I deeply regret it and I'm sorry". In 2005, he questioned if troops would take orders from her as president. In 2008, he apologized for saying she only became a USA senator and presidential candidate because "her husband messed around".

MSNBC disputed the report, saying the settlement was "significantly less" than the reported amount.

Two former NBC producers alleged that Matthews ran a sexist news operation, claiming he would rate the appearances of his female guests, the Daily Caller reported in December. Based on people who were involved in the matter, the network concluded that the comments were inappropriate and juvenile but were not meant to be taken as propositions. "Precious waters?" Matthews can be heard asking an assistant.

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