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NBC’s Hallie Jackson recalls her experience as the chief White House correspondent covering the past four years of Trump’s presidency.
NBC's Leigh Ann Caldwell reports on a planned meeting between Sen. Mitch McConnell and Sen. Chuck Schumer to discuss a power sharing agreement for the Senate as Democrats gain a slim majority.
President Trump's schedule for his final full day in office is blank. On Wednesday, the Trumps will break with tradition by not greeting the Biden's at the White House, and President Trump is fuming over the celebrities tapped for Biden's inauguration.
On President Trump's final full day in office, the Morning Joe panel discusses the role social media played in Trump's presidency and what type of politician could come in the future if social media sites remain unchecked.
The catch: They still need 17 Republicans' support.
Ashley Parker of The Washington Post joins to discuss how Trump leaves Washington 'diminished' of power within the GOP after he incited a deadly riot on Capitol Hill.
Ahead of Donald Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial, Mary Trump says, “Congress needs to make it clear Donald is never eligible to run for office ever again.” She tells Lawrence O’Donnell prohibiting her uncle from running for president in 2024 will eliminate a major platform “and that will do all of us a lot of good.”
Rachel Maddow looks at highlights of what President-elect Joe Biden intends to do on his first day in office, from coronavirus relief, to rolling back Trump orders, to an immigration policy proposal.
Rachel Maddow reports on the desperation by White House officials to find people to show up on Wednesday morning to fulfill Trump's wish for a send-off crowd as he leaves the White House for the last time.
“The report from the White House reads like a sophomore year term paper by Stephen Miller, using images of Martin Luther King Jr., Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln while defending America's founding on slavery. All stamped with the weight of the U.S. government,” says Chris Hayes on “The 1776 Report.”
“It cannot be characterized as a peaceful transfer of power. There has already been violence against the transfer of power incited by the outgoing president,” says Chris Hayes discussing Trump’s non-peaceful transition of power.
New evidence continues to emerge detailing the insurrection that occurred at Capitol Hill, some videos showing how rioters developed elaborate plans for extending their crimes. MSNBC’s Ari Melber walks through the evidence and emphasizes that the insurrectionists share Sen. Ted Cruz’s goal of overthrowing the election – new video revealing rioters argued Cruz would support their crimes.
NBC News’ Ali Velshi reports from Washington, D.C. where seven feet of fence topped with razor wire have been put up around the Capitol as security concerns soar ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and former White House Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri discuss the long road ahead for Joe Biden, and how they believe where the President-elect said he will begin, with calls for unity, is the right place to start
Rev. Al Sharpton says members of law enforcement involved in Capitol riot is ‘ the least surprising thing to me’
President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton and former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi on the Department of Homeland Security being unprepared to handle right-wing extremism and the involvement of law enforcement members in the attack on the Capitol
Rep. Madeleine Dean, D-Pa., called Sen. Lindsey Graham’s arguments for canceling the impeachment trial “flawed.” Dean said, “There’s no healing without recognizing and uncovering” Trump’s lies.
Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris will be both the first woman and the first woman of color to be sworn into the second highest office in the country. Tiffany Cross speaks with Harris’ Alpha Kappa Alpha line sisters about this historical moment. AKA was the first black Greek sorority, founded over 100 years ago on the campus of Howard University—a prominent HBCU.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. appears on Meet the Press in 1967 and says "in any social revolution the one thing that keeps it going is hope, and when hope dies somehow the revolution degenerates into a kind of nihilistic philosophy."
NBC’s Ellison Barber speaks with D.C National Guard Commanding General, William Walker about amplified inauguration security following the riot at the U.S Capitol.
'This is an attack around which there have to be consequences': Fmr. Gov. Deval Patrick on Capitol riot
Former Democratic Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss Republicans call for unity despite rejecting President elect Biden’s win and inauguration security concerns following the Capitol riot.