As Covid-19 cases keep surging across much of the nation with Election Day less than two weeks away, the president is holding bigger and bigger rallies with few masks and no social distancing. Jonathan Lemire discusses.
Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, says voters should be cautious about information announced by Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe on election interference because of his history of providing “campaign fodder for the president.” Schiff tells Lawrence O’Donnell the information about Russian and Iranian interference must be further investigated to determine whether it’s “Ratcliffe spin or the assessment of the analysts.”
With less than two weeks until election day, the president has not laid out a clear plan for a potential second term. He also is not attending debate prep, opting instead to hold huge rallies defying Covid-19 guidance. Annie Karni reacts.
Joe Biden spent the last day before the final presidential debate preparing for his face-to-face with Trump while Barack Obama hit the trail. Meanwhile, Trump held yet another huge rally ignoring the risk to his supporters from Covid-19.
“What the American people want is a president who is not going to create hysteria every single day, not going to be firing people, not going to be attacking people, not going to be arguing with Leslie Stahl or Dr. Fauci,” says Sen. Sanders. “They would like a President who would maybe focus on their needs.”
Senator Chuck Schumer points out to Rachel Maddow that even though DNI John Ratcliffe said at his press conference that Iran was trying to damage Donald Trump, that was not conveyed in the classified briefing he received, which emphasized a goal of general chaos.
Chris Hayes runs through the endless list of corrupt schemes involving Trump that show why he is “the most flagrantly corrupt president in recent memory, possibly ever.”
Rachel Maddow reports on a last minute press announcement by DNI John Ratcliffe, attended by other security officials, in which he cautioned, without specificity, that Iran and Russia are using voter information to undermine confidence in the 2020 election.
Both countries have obtained voter registration data, and Iran sent emails to voters in attempts to intimidate them.
Zack Snyder's version of Justice League just gained a wild card. Here's everything we know.
At the press of a (virtual) button, the new Hummer can move diagonally like a crab. Seriously.
The FBI announced that Iran and Russia have ‘taken specific actions to influence public opinion relating to our elections.’ Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe says that Iran was trying to meddle in the election and that Russia has obtained American voter information.
The beta is out in the wild now on a limited scale, but it could be rolled out to a lot more people soon.
Australia's Super Bowl is on this Saturday.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection said the state will need to phase out the internal-combustion engine by 2035 to meet its climate goals.
During a campaign speech in Philadelphia, Pa., former President Obama slammed President Trump for the New York Times’ reporting that he had a secret Chinese bank account. Obama joked that if he himself had been in such a controversy, Fox News would have called him “Beijing Barry.”
Every version of the Hummer EV gets four removable roof panels for open-air off-roading.
Former President Obama slammed President Trump’s Covid-19 response, saying his administration left the current one a “pandemic playbook” on how to handle a situation like the coronavirus, which Trump did not follow.
Boost is starting to roll out new plans, but the discount for its latest options will only last for three months.
Jacob Soboroff speaks with Nicolle Wallace on his reporting that lawyers say they have yet to track down the parents of over 500 children, who are still separated from their parents years after the Trump administration’s separation program