Former CIA director John Brennan has become the latest member of the NBC News and MSNBC family, officially signing with the network as a contributor.
Brennan will serve as a senior national security and intelligence analyst for the networks, the company announced Thursday, adding that his first official appearance will come on this Sunday’s “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd.
Another person familiar with the matter said he would take the stage at “Morning Joe” on Monday.
NEW: Former @CIA Director @JohnBrennan is now a senior national security and intelligence analyst for @NBCNews and @MSNBC. He will first appear on @MeetThePress with @ChuckTodd this Sunday. (First in @axios PM: https://t.co/oDZtsDI2Ux) pic.twitter.com/83eJZYMCVD
— NBC News PR (@NBCNewsPR) February 1, 2018
The news was first reported in the Axios newsletter.
Brennan has long been a familiar face on the small screen airwaves, with notable appearances on both CNN and MSNBC and other networks.