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During a Tuesday rally, the president joked that were it not for the coronavirus, he wouldn't have to campaign in places like Erie, Pennsylvania.
It's less than two weeks until Election Day, and Americans still need answers.
The president already has a bully pulpit. We don't need to elevate it above the law.
As the U.S. reduces its presence, women fear they will be bombed and assassinated into a return to the past.
Covid-19 survivor Diana Berrent talks about her turn to advocacy to help those dealing with the long-term effects of the coronavirus.
With two weeks left until Election Day, Steve Schmidt joins to discuss how he thinks Donald Trump will do and what it means for the future of the Republican Party.
With just two weeks left in the 2020 campaign, Donald Trump is attacking a long list of political foes including Hillary Clinton. Philip Rucker of The Washington Post reacts.
Tim O'Brien, author of "TrumpNation," tells Lawrence O'Donnell that Donald Trump's reported Chinese bank account is leverage that the Chinese government and Chinese businesses could use over the president of the United States.
Rebecca Smith, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about a new U.S. Postal Service order ending police patrols that protect letter carriers and U.S.P.S. property, and other curiously timed, highly unusual changes at the Postal Service.
Rachel Maddow shares highlights from new reporting from the New York Times that Donald Trump has a previously unknown Chinese bank account from which he withdrew millions of dollars after he became president, and conducted millions of dollars in real estate deals after he became president, with people connected to the Chinese government.
Two and half years after the Trump administration launched an official policy to separate migrant children from their parents, and after a judge ordered them to reunite those families, hundreds of kids are still without their parents. And those parents can't be found. Jacob Soboroff reports.
Remember when Trump's tendency to "say what he thinks" was his biggest asset? Two weeks from the election, it looks more like his biggest stumbling block.
While President Donald Trump continues to go after Joe Biden's son, the president seems to be overlooking his own children's history of ethics violations.
What many legal experts feared in the aftermath of Justice Ginsberg’s death has happened – the Supreme Court is currently dead-locked heading into a polarizing race with a president openly talking about illegally holding power. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber discusses what this lack of consensus means and explains how it may affect the 2020 race.
Mary Trump joins MSNBC’s Ari Melber to discuss Trump’s debate strategy ahead of the final presidential debate, asserting “the moderator issue is an extension of a problem that we’ve been experiencing for a really long time.”
Early voting and voter registration numbers in Florida provide clues to possible outcomes of the 2020 elections. While Democrats have higher early voting turnout, Republican voters could flood the polls on Election Day.
Donny Deutsch says he believes the president is aware that he will likely lose the election and is preparing for his next move
Co-chairman of the Commission for Presidential Debates Frank Fahrenkopf discusses the decision to further enforce rules for the final presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden and claims they are "in the best interest of the American people."
Daniel Smith from the University of Florida's Department of Political Science discusses why he believes mismatched signatures on mail-in ballots from Florida could be the "hanging chad" of the 2020 presidential election.
MSNBC's Chris Jansing speaks with Frances Jackson, candidate for North Carolina Statehouse in what's been called the most flippable district in the state.