Sources told a local news outlet, The Fargo Forum, that Schultz died of natural causes. He had a change of heart in the 2000s and moved on to host a commentary show for MSNBC, "The Ed Show", in 2009 until mid-2015 when he was let go for soft ratings.
Former MSNBC host Ed Schultz has passed away at age 64.
After leaving MSNBC, Schultz signed with RT America to produce "The News with Ed Schultz".
A former collegiate football star, Schultz got his start in sports broadcasting for a variety of North Dakota radio stations, including doing play-by-play for University of North Dakota and University of North Dakota State football games.
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In 2016, Schultz returned to television as lead news anchor for RT America. In 1992, he made the transition to conservative talk radio.
Schultz was an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin during his time on MSNBC, but once he joined RT America in January 2016, he repeatedly dismissed intelligence assessments that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election through social media posts and the hacking of DNC emails.
This is a developing story and will be updated.