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Democrats can win the Georgia U.S. Senate races candidates Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff say, as both describe a climate in their state and America as one that increasingly embraces diversity.
Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico, one of the first two Indigenous women in Congress, and Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona discuss nationwide suppression of the Native American and Hispanic vote.
Arizona voters discuss Trump’s border wall and family separation policy with MSNBC’s Ali Velshi during the sixth stop of the “Velshi Across America 2020” tour, covering eight swing states before the election.
Tucson mayor ahead of Trump’s visit: We're not going to forget he called us ‘rapists’ and ‘murderers’
Tucson, Arizona mayor Regina Romero says Trump owes the city $80,000 from a previous campaign event and that Latinos in the state haven’t forgiven him for his insults to immigrants and pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
President Trump has made it unduly difficult to have reasonable discussions about issues that matter. During these emotional and exhausting times, NBC’s Joshua Johnson discusses taking time to tune out while also finding the resolve to tune back in.
Emmy Award-winning actor Bradley Whitford talks with Joshua Johnson about the West Wing Special Reunion, the 2020 election, and why he believes Joe Biden is the “perfect candidate for right now.”
Kamala Harris’ Political Director shares update after two involved in campaign test positive for COVID-19
Kamala Harris cancels all campaign events through the weekend after two people involved with the campaign test positive for COVID-19. Her Political Director Vincent Evans says the campaign is taking every precaution, “we’ve done something that you haven’t seen out of Donald Trump and the White House. We have shown transparency.”
NBC’s Joshua Johnson demonstrates how to properly fill out and verify a mail-in ballot from both Hillsborough County Florida and Georgia. For more information on your state’s mail-in ballot instructions visit www.NBCNews.com/PlanYourVote.
The President didn’t defend MI Gov. Gretchen Whitmer tonight when a crowd of his supporters chanted “Lock Her Up”, instead, he laughed. It’s the latest example of him choosing to look the other way when it comes to extremist groups that are on the rise in the U.S. MSNBC's "American Voices" host Alicia Menendez is joined by reporter Brandy Zadrozny and Naveed Jamali, Newsweek Editor-at-Large and author of 'How to Catch a Russian Spy'.
Biden doesn’t care about social media outrage. That’s good — and maybe bad — for America.
The Hunter Biden New York Post stories causing controversy are linked to Rudy Giuliani, co-reported on by an ex-Hannity staffer, have many holes, and provide little proof for key allegations, NPR reporter David Folkenflik tells Tiffany Cross.
With 8 million Americans plunged into poverty by the loss of federal aid, Mehdi Hasan, host of Peacock’s ‘The Mehdi Hasan Show,’ and Sheelah Kolhatkar, New Yorker staff writer, describe the failure to pass another relief package as a “betrayal.”
Tarana Burke, founder of the MeToo movement, says sexual violence survivors are a broad constituency and will be considering Trump’s reputation at the polls.
The Donald Trump campaign’s controversial outreach to Black male voters and its reported link to Ice Cube are questioned, as the iconic African-American rapper comes under fire for discussing his ‘Contract With Black America’ plan with the Trump campaign. Tiffany Cross and her panel discuss black male Trump supporters, and the apparent rift between some black voters and the Biden campaign.
Rachel Maddow surveys newspapers from around the United States with the urgency of the latest surge in coronavirus cases shouting from top headlines.
Rachel Maddow shares video of Georgia Republican Senator David Perdue pretending to struggle with the pronunciation of Senator Kamala Harris' name while warming up the audience at a Donald Trump rally, even though Perdue has served in the Senate with Harris for years.
Rachel Maddow relays reporting by the New York Times and the Washington Post that Donald Trump was warned personally that the information Rudy Giuliani was delivering from Ukraine was the produce of a Russian disinformation campaign. Despite that warning, Trump has promoted the material enthusiastically.
Sen. Joni Ernst and her opponent Theresa Greenfield were both asked one of those questions you've just got to know in an Iowa debate. Greenfield nailed it. Ernst’s answer led to one of the most “ouch” debate moments of 2020.
“Now we are in the third spike, and there is nothing left to say—other than the President and the Republican Party are willfully getting people killed,” says Chris Hayes.
Sen. David Perdue mocked Sen. Kamala Harris’ name at a Trump rally in Georgia. He dramatically said to the delight of the crowd, “Kamala? Kamala? Kamala-mala-mala? I don’t know. Whatever.”