MSNBC announced Monday that Alex Wagner would take over the 9 PM slot for four days per week. MSNBC host Alex Wagner moderates a panel

MSNBC president, elevated Wagner to the position of head of the cable news channel. This is undoubtedly the most significant programming decision that Jones has made since her arrival.

She uses perspective. Jones said that Jones brings in contexts to her discussions." Jones explained to Variety. She is an expert in politics. She is an expert in all things,

Jones said in an interview with The Times that this is not a show where we have our hair on fire and are shouting past each other.

Jones also stated that they create tension by creating manufactured moments. "I want viewers to have a better understanding of the world."

Jones stated in an interview with The Times that she didn't consult Maddow about her successor.  

Alex Wagner

Two people familiar with the matter told CNN before Jones' interview with Variety and The Times were published that Wagner had been

chosen for the prime-time slot. Multiple requests for comment were not answered by a spokesperson from MSNBC at that time.