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Arab League Security-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit called President Joe Biden, a "great" American and "politician" but also issued a warning saying, "do not toy with the region, without understanding the ramification.”
Andrea Mitchell is joined by newly sworn in Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) to discuss Democrats priorities now that they control both houses of Congress and the White House. He calls comprehensive immigration reform "long overdue" and says that the Biden-Harris administration's proposal is a "great start."
The Senate, like the House, can’t plead ignorance to the growing dangers of domestic terrorism.
Senator Chris Coons speaks with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin about President Biden’s transition into the White House following the Trump administration.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she saw a "big difference" in the evidence that could be used in the second impeachment trial of President Trump. "The whole world bore witness to the president's incitement," she told NBC's Garrett Haake.
Following a day filled with messages of hope and unity in Washington, Stephanie Ruhle takes a look back on the historic Inauguration of the nation’s 46th president, Joe Biden, and the message it sent to the country in more than words.
The "Muslim ban," like Trump, is gone. Here’s what that means for people like me.
NBC's Peter Alexander reports that President Biden will keep FBI Director Christopher Wray at his current position.
NBC's Steve Kornacki takes a look at how President Biden's approval rating during his transition stacks up against previous presidents as he takes office.
The Morning Joe panel shares their thoughts on Joe Biden's inauguration and Tuesday's ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial to remember those lost to Covid.
In his first few hours on the job, President Biden issued executive orders on immigration, climate change and the coronavirus. Biden is also set to announce a national strategy for fighting the coronavirus.
The 60 vote threshold in the Senate has to go for the good of the country.
Rachel Maddow expresses her alarm at the realization that former presidents are usually only gathered to call for American unity in especially dire situations, making that portion of the Biden inaugural prime time special as concerning as it is reassuring.
Rachel Maddow shares new reporting from the Washington Post that the Pentagon now admits, after days of denials, that Lt. Gen. Charles A. Flynn, the brother of disgraced former Trump NSA Michael Flynn, was involved in a key meeting on the military response as Trump supporters rioted in the U.S. Capitol.
Rachel Maddow outlines the numerous steps President Joe Biden and his team took in their first moments in office to address the catastrophic coronavirus policies of the previous administration, a sign of the importance the Biden administration places on getting the virus under control.
Following his inauguration on Wednesday, Pres. Joe Biden immediately got to work issuing executive orders undoing several of his predecessor's policies. MSNBC's Brian Williams has details.
Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, talks acknowledges that she is aware that her name comes up on short lists of potential Biden Supreme Court nominees, but emphasizes her dedication to the work she's doing.
Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock talks about the civil rights milestone represented by his swearing-in as a U.S. senator and how his work at Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church ties to the issues he hopes to work on in the senate.
Joy notes how the star-studded Inauguration programs were an answer "to what we saw on January 6th ... And they went to work. They did a workday. They gave us a press conference where there were no lies."
Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama joined together to discuss the importance of a peaceful transfer of power.