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Buchanan To Rejoin CNN'S 'Crossfire'
Conservative commentator took a leave to run for president
ATLANTA (AllPolitics, Feb. 12) -- Patrick J. Buchanan, who ran for the Republican presidential nomination last year, will return to CNN's "Crossfire" program effective March 3.
Buchanan, who took a leave of absence from the show to run for president, will co-host with former Bush White House chief of staff John Sununu. The two conservatives will face off against CNN's Geraldine Ferraro and Bill Press on the left.
"I look forward to being back in the harness, to coming home to a show I've loved doing at CNN since 1982, and to engaging Geraldine and Bill in healthy and spirited debate on any and all issues starting March 3rd," Buchanan said in a statement.
Columnist Robert Novak, who has been sharing co-host duties with Sununu, will substitute for Sununu and Buchanan when both are unavailable.
Buchanan previously appeared on the show from 1982-85, 1987-1991 and 1993-1995.
The show, which celebrates its 15th anniversary later this year, appears weekdays at 7:30 p.m. ET.
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