It appears that an MSNBC contributor who reportedly deleted a tweet in which he nominated a Trump property for an ISIS suicide bombing was punished by the network the following day by being invited back on air, where he will retain the stigma of being an MSNBC contributor.

The Free Beacon’s Alex Griswold noted Wednesday that MSNBC counterterrorism analyst Malcolm Nance was back on the air Wednesday after responding to a tweet mentioning Trump Tower Istanbul by noting that of the building was his nominee for an ISIS suicide bombing.

It would be a shame if people misinterpreted his, um, unique take about suicide bombers targeting a building full of innocent people. To be fair, he might have meant that if ISIS were targeting Trump properties around the world, Trump Tower Istanbul would be the terror group’s most likely target. That’s just a guess, though; a follow-up tweet explaining why the words “my nominee” came to mind would have been welcome.