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huffington post contributor peter emerson and republican strategist chip saltsman discuss president trump's campaign amid reports of the white house administration in chaos.
terrorist sheik omar abdel rahman, the man convicted of inspiring the 1993 world trade center bombing, has died in the south carolina prison.
oklahoma congressman tom cole gives a republican view on how the white house and president trump have been doing over this past month.
angry constituents confronted rep. tom reed, r-n, over the repeal of obamacare at a town hall in new york. msnbc’s beth fouhy reports.
pulitzer prize-winning miami herald columnist leonard pitts, jr. joins joy reid to discuss his fiery piece that went viral this week—‘mr. president: just who the hell do you think you are?’
joy reid is joined by reporter april ryan and strategist tara dowdell on donald trump’s bizarre request that ryan help the president set up a meeting with the congressional black caucus.
is putin playing donald trump like a puppet as the president spars with the u.s. intelligence community? joy reid and her panel discuss this shocking possibility.
a faith-based theme park, which receives taxpayer support, has a new exhibit: "gladiator-style fights involving humans, giants and a dinosaur."
in 1972, president nixon said, "the press is the enemy," in a phone call with henry kissinger. trump tweeted friday the media is "the enemy of the american people!" ari melber unpacks this declaration with nancy giles, mark thompson and erin gloria ryan.
ari melber breaks down why donald trump couldn’t stop talking about hillary clinton at his press conference and why he’s escalating his attacks on the media.
dean of international studies at the university of denver and u.s ambassador under president obama, christopher hill, discusses the trump administration’s foreign policy agenda.
the host and managing editor of news one now, roland martin, reflects on trump’s press conference from earlier this week and his current view on the presidency.
john dean, former white house counsel to richard nixon, joins joy reid to explain how in many ways donald trump is behaving in similar ways to nixon.
is russia mourning the loss of a friend to that state in the white house? joy reid and her panel discuss.
actor and activist rosie perez and journalist maria hinojosa debate immigration with former republican congressman and current newsmax tv host j.d. hayworth.
msnbc military analyst, general barry mccaffrey, speaks to nbc’s keir simmons about donald trump’s potential picks for a national security advisor and the director of national intelligence stating why he believes one nominee may withdraw his name from...
at wichita’s sedgwick county jail an inmate launches an attack on another, sending him to the emergency room. now a detective must get to the bottom of it.
msnbc analyst steven brill talks about the rivalry between trump and the media.
the future for democrats is grim according to one vanity fair article and it is not enough for the party to count on trump to flame out. member of the house appropriations committee rep. matt cartwright, d-pa., reacts.
the washington post's jenna johnson and the hill's niall stanage discusses the strategy behind trump’s campaign rallies and the latest attacks on mainstream media.
entrepreneur russell simmons is teaming up with an interfaith coalition for an anti-trump rally dubbed "i am muslim, too."
author of “a very expensive poison” luke harding discusses the intrigue, criticism, and political power surrounding russian president vladimir putin.
former senior advisor for hillary clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign joel benenson gives his opinion on trump’s presidency and how the democrats are reacting to it.
nbc’s ron allen reports from the site where a small plane crashed sunday afternoon in bayonne, new jersey.
republican congressman tom reed hosted a town hall in new york city, where many attendees voiced displeasure with the plan to repeal and replace obamacare.
florida congressman francis rooney gives his view on the current situations in the white house such as the links to russia and general flynn.
joy reid explains why the climate around reproductive rights in america right now is stoking a market for the book, 'the handmaid’s tale' in which fertile women are forced to bear children for high-status couples.
sherrilyn ifill of the naacp legal defense fund, and ari berman of the nation, join joy reid to discuss the rising tide of bills that will make it more difficult to vote, as donald trump’s camp continues to promote unproven rumors of rampant voter fraud.
joy reid and her panel examine kellyanne conway’s recent controversial appearances on political shows, as donald trump ramps up his attacks on the press.
gloria allred joins joy reid to discuss reports that donald trump’s new secretary of labor nominee alex acosta was behind a lenient sentence for billionaire jeff epstein after his conviction involving sex with minors.
where’s the shake-up in democratic party leadership voters are demanding? jehmu greene, who is running for democratic national committee chairman, lorna mae johnson, who is running for dnc treasurer, and karine jean-pierre, national spokesperson for...
hip-hop mogul russell simmons, who helped organize sunday's
former trump campaign adviser roger stone vigorously denies a new york times report that he had contact with russia intelligence officials in the year before the election.
are some of president trump's voters bailing on him? ari melber talks to erica baguma who compiles and retweets posts from regretful trump voters.
msnbc’s ari melber reports new information showing jared kushner and his team underwent “proper” conflict of interest vetting and “sensibly” divested from businesses, according to experts.
donald trump' for-profit club has been labeled the "winter white house" and the "southern white house." in reality, it's neither.
before the media gushing gets too out of hand, it's worth pausing to appreciate the disconnect between john mccain's rhetoric and his actions.
following the made-up "bowling green massacre," perhaps it was inevitable that donald trump would point to imagined terrorist violence in sweden.
fmr. u.s. amb. to sweden, mark brzezinski, discusses donald trump's remarks about a non-existing attack in sweden, remarks that seem based on a fox news report.
the washington post's philip bump reports on a private mar-a-lago event the president attended on saturday without telling the media.
the morning joe panel discusses the latest in the relationship between russia and donald trump and a back-channel plan for ukraine and russia.
top talkers: president trump confused the world this weekend when he invoked an attack in sweden that didn't actually happen. the panel discusses the administration's talk of non-existing attacks.
top talkers: in an extraordinary move this weekend, donald trump called out most major u.s. media outlets as the enemies of the american people. the morning joe panel discusses the remark.
today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
for a month, trump administration officials have adopted a foreign policy built around asking the world to ignore the president.
the nation's education secretary, even now, isn't sure the position she now holds should exist.
maybe the white house would attract more capable economists if the administration didn't try nonsense like this.
why are californians "playing with fire" by criticizing the republican president? how does opposition to the white house put the state "at risk"?
the trump administration's personnel troubles are actually getting worse, not better. whether he wants to admit it or not, this is the president's fault.
isobel yeung is a correspondent and producer for vice on hbo, and she joins morning joe to discuss the episode 'assad won,' which kicks off season 5 of the show.
the new york times' adam nagourney discusses california gop rep. kevin mccarthy and why he is blaming state leaders for 'provoking' the president. rep. tom reed, r-ny, also joins the conversation.
president trump announced monday he has chosen his next national security adviser to be retired gen. h. r. mcmaster and also announced gen. kellogg as his chief of staff.
any story that further solidifies the connections between the u.s. president and his allies in moscow is worth paying attention to.
home security memos preview a potential change to detentions and deportations. former homeland security chief of staff marco lopez joins to discuss.
former reagan and bush foreign policy official elliott abrams was vetoed as deputy secretary of state by the president because of a column he wrote critical of trump. bill kristol, editor-at-large of the weekly standard, where the column appeared,...
former amb. richard boucher, who served as state department spokesman and former amb. mark lippert, who was chief of staff at the pentagon and the obama national security council, discuss the lack of state department briefings and where trump is gettin...
msnbc’s ali velshi invites rep. raja krishnamoorthi, d-il, to predict what president trump’s new immigration ban will entail.
former u.n. ambassador bill richardson tells msnbc’s hallie jackson he is relieved mike pence is “cleaning up” president trump’s negative comments about nato and the e.u.
gabriel sherman, national affairs editor at new york magazine, joins us to discuss his profile on sen. john mccain and president trump’s media attacks.
rep. tom reed (r-ny) joins mtp daily to discuss the protests at his town hall over the weekend and if it will ultimately affect his vote in congress on an obamacare repeal.
when it comes to combining hypocrisy, dishonesty, and viewing obama through a fresh lens, donald trump's golfing flap resonates for a reason.
new york representative dan donovan joins msnbc's steve kornacki to discuss donald trump's eventful first month in office and what those in congress are expecting from him.
rep. adam smith, d-wash., gives his take on president trump's pick for national security adviser, lieutenant general mcmaster.
rep. jerrold nadler, d-n.y., has filed a resolution that could be the first legislative step toward impeachment for president trump.
rep. francis rooney, r-fla., discusses how he thinks the trump administration will deal with russia.
russian president vladimir putin is already beginning the prep work for his first face-to-face meeting with president trump. nbc's bill neely reports.
for some reason, they don't want to come face to face with their constituents.
both the vice president and the secretary of defense, traveling abroad, are trying to walk back or explain some of president trump's more inflammatory and confusing comments.
amid news of a back channel between trump associates and pro-russian politicians in ukraine, the former clinton campaign manager calls for an independent commission to investigate any links between trump world and russia.
john dean, former nixon lawyer, and richard ben-veniste, former watergate counsel, debate the comparisons between nixon’s watergate scandal and trump’s russia scandal.
eugene robinson and evelyn farkas discuss how trump referenced supposed refugee problems in sweden that warranted a response from the former swedish prime minister.
eugene robinson and evelyn farkas discuss how vice president pence and secretary mattis reassured the world today after trump’s controversial stance on nato and iraqi’s oil.
nicholas confessore, julia ioffe, and ann gearan join chris matthews to discuss trump’s new national security advisor.
‘for the record’ commentary 2/20/17: greta van susteren weighs in on the feud between the media and president trump.
rep. eric swalwell (d-ca) tells greta van susteren that more republicans need to “get on board” with the idea of an independent bipartisan commission to investigate russian hacking.
retired u.s. army major general bob scales tells greta van susteren that h.r. mcmaster is an “agent of transformation” in the department of defense.
donald trump is now one month in to his presidency, and so far it's been a roller coaster ride. msnbc's brian williams takes a look back day by day of month one.
msnbc military analyst gen. barry mccaffrey has known pres. trump's new national security adviser lt. gen. h.r. mcmaster for years. he shares what he knows about the new member of team trump.
vice pres. mike pence was part of a team the white house sent to speak with european leaders, and pence was press on seemingly conflicting messages from trump and others in his administration.
trump continues to denounce the media as "fake news" – which, as republican sen. john mccain says, is how dictatorships start. lawrence discusses with mtv's ana marie cox and susan glasser, who was based in moscow 2001 to 2004 and co-wrote "kremlin...
donald trump calls the media "the enemy of the american people." lawrence says that really means the media is the enemy of trump lies – a title lawrence says he will proudly accept.
there's a way to remove donald trump from office without impeachment. it comes from another section of the constitution – and the man who controls most of that power is trump's vice president: mike pence.
franco ordoñez, white house correspondent for mcclatchy newspapers, talks with rachel maddow about new drafts of trump administration memos on changes to immigration enforcement.
courtney kube, nbc news national security producer, talks with rachel maddow about the record and reputation of lt. gen. h. r. mcmaster, chosen today by donald trump to serve in the national security adviser position vacated by mike flynn.
rachel maddow reports on the murky overlap between ukrainian oligarch dmitry firtash, vladimir putin, and the donald trump campaign and alerts viewers to watch for whether the department of justice under trump continues to pursue a case against firtash.
the official story characterizes vice president mike pence as some kind of victim. that's a generous version of events.
if more americans realized that trump prioritized more water pollution, it's easy to imagine trump becoming even less popular than he is now.
sen. tom cotton, r-ark., discusses donald trump's naming of lt. gen. h. r. mcmaster as the new national security adviser to replace michael flynn and if there's a trump foreign policy doctrine.
a veteran cia analyst and spokesperson for the national security council intended to spend his career at the agency. then he got a look at donald trump.
sen. sheldon whitehouse, d-r.i., comments on his new book 'captured,' about money in politics as well as what scares him the most about the current political climate.
ana marie cox and eugene robinson discuss demonstrations in the era of donald trump and why obamacare isn't likely to disappear anytime soon.
cpac organizer matt schlapp discusses the controversy surrounding milo yiannopoulos, who was invited to speak at the conservative conference and then uninvited after remarks on pedophilia.
in the wake of rising anti-semitic incidents around the country, namely bomb threats being made to jewish community centers, trump must speak out against anti-semitism, joe scarborough states.
top talkers: on monday, donald trump picked lt. gen. h. r. mcmaster as the new national security adviser to replace michael flynn. the morning joe panel discusses.
today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
the supreme court is hearing arguments in the case of a border patrol agent shooting a mexican teen. nbc's pete williams reports.
given the evidence, it now looks like donald trump and his staff have put themselves out on a branch that's cracking loudly.
president trump tells craig melvin that america is a divided country, and he will try very hard to bring people together.
there's ample evidence to suggest ohio gov. john kasich (r) is eyeing another presidential run -- possibly against donald trump in 2020.
during president trump’s visit to the national museum of african american history, nbc’s craig melvin speaks one-on-one with the president about anti-semitism.