“As I watched the one-sided results of Saturday’s Democratic caucus in Nevada, I reached for a historical analogy and used a bad one," Matthews said. "I was wrong to refer to an event from… the first days of World War II. Senator Sanders, I’m sorry for comparing anything from that tragic error in which so many suffered, especially the Jewish people, to an electoral result in which you were the well-deserved winner. This is going to be a hard-fought heated campaign of ideas. In the days and weeks and months ahead, I will strive to do a better job myself of elevating the political discussion.” Meanwhile, Vanity Fair reports that in wake of anti-Sanders criticism, MSNBC will take steps to put more pro-Sanders voices on the air. There are also plans to shift MSNBC's coverage to reflect Sanders' status as the Democratic frontrunner.