Two weeks ago, the Democratic presidential candidate confronted MSNBC president Phil Griffin in the bowels of a Las Vegas casino to complain about the cable news network's perceived bias against him. Last night, following a string of defeats to Joe Biden on Super Tuesday, Sanders sat for a live interview on The Rachel Maddow Show. “Good to see you, Rachel,” Mr. Sanders said, grinning. "It was a striking turnaround by the senator, whose allies often hold up MSNBC as Exhibit A of the 'corporate media”' that Mr. Sanders likes to condemn," reports The New York Times. "His campaign agreed to the Maddow interview after digesting Tuesday’s results, prompting the anchor to rush to Burlington, Vt., in time for the 9 p.m. broadcast." The Times reports that Sanders is now in talks to participate in his first primetime MSNBC town hall since the 2016 election.