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The president is blaming the media and Democrats as he faces tough questions over reports on intelligence Russia put bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan as the White House is blaming a nameless intelligence official who didn't bring it up with the
Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about new details in a New York Times report about Russian intelligence paying Taliban fighters to kill Americans in Afghanistan, and Donald Trump's unwillingness to
Sen. Gillibrand on Wednesday’s intelligence briefing: “I certainly didn’t learn anything that was useful. The briefing that we had was classified, but it was entirely inadequate. We didn’t even get the information that you would normally see in the New
“It makes you cry to read these,” says writer James Fallows on the Bush and Obama admin.'s pandemic playbooks, “which are so similar to each other, and so similar to our current reality, and so totally ignored by the current administration.”
Federal authorities are reviewing whether a civil rights investigation is warranted in the 2019 death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old Black man who died after Colorado police put him in a chokehold, officials said Tuesday.
If the president wasn’t briefed on the Russia bounty plot, it would be very ‘irresponsible,’ says Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
In her New York Times op-ed, Caroline Randall Williams writes “There are still those — like President Trump and the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell — who cannot understand the difference between rewriting and reframing the past.” She tells Joy
ProPublica reporter Ryan McCarthy says the United States Postal Service "hasn't hit any of its goals for any type of first-class mail in five years."
Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) slams the White House's lack of a "full-throated denunciation" in an interview with Meet the Press Daily.
Physician Scott Gottlieb says masks are the "simplest thing we can all do collectively to try to get this epidemic under control, and inevitably we’re going to come around to [them]."
As Florida reports 6,500 new cases, Mayor Francis Suarez says the spike in cases is predominantly 18 to 35-year-old range.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump calling the Russia bounty scandal a hoax is a dereliction of duty and calls into questions his fitness to be commander-in-chief
Sen. Harris says the president calling things a hoax is a ‘consistent theme of his,’ and we ‘should never be distracted by that’
Speaking with Nicolle Wallace right after she was briefed on the Russian bounty plot intelligence, Senator Kamala Harris expresses her concerns over the safety of American troops and dismisses the president’s refusal to believe the intelligence
President Donald Trump threatened on Wednesday to veto a national defense bill the Senate is currently considering if an amendment from Sen. Elizabeth Warren to rename military bases honoring the Confederacy is not removed.
MSNBC's Craig Melvin asks your questions on coronavirus and safety to Baltimore City, Former Health Commissioner, Dr. Leana Wen, and Houston Health Department Epidemiology Bureau Chief, Kirstin Short.
As the United States heads into the next school year, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that it should be up to local officials how they should go about reopening their schools.
“The new normal has to be careful,” says Dr. Nahid Bhadelia on California closing indoor operations for restaurants and bars. California is seeing a spike in cases after reopening parts of its economy.
Charlie Savage joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss his new reporting in the New York Times that American officials intercepted data showing large financial transfers between Russian intelligence and Taliban-linked accounts. Phil Rucker and NBC's Kristen
Dr. Shreya Kangovi, internist and executive director of the Penn Center for Community Health Workers, and NBC News medical correspondent Dr. John Torres join Andrea Mitchell to discuss public health solutions for controlling the pandemic amid growing
New York Democratic Senator and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee Kirsten Gillibrand joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the investigation into intelligence reports of a Russian operation that allegedly paid bounties to Taliban-linked militias to