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Former senior FBI official Chuck Rosenberg on new reporting that the White House was warned that Rudy Giuliani was the target of a Russian intelligence operation to feed the president misinformation
Texas cast more than a million votes this week. While traditionally deep red, the Democratic party there says that turnout is only one of several promising signs the state could go blue for the first time since Jimmy Carter in 1976. Former Texas Congressman and former 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate, Beto O'Rourke joins Katy Tur to discuss.
Dasha Burns talks to voters in Kent County, Michigan where some are “voting blue all the way up and down the ballot for the first time in their lives.”
When it comes to Trump, the argument isn’t how to fight systemic racism; it’s how to get him to admit that it even exists in the first place.
David Wasserman explains why one county could be an early indicator of Trump's election night fortunes
David Wasserman joins Andrea Mitchell to sort through the latest numbers on early voting, voter registrations, and explain why Sumter County, Florida, could let us know early on if President Trump's re-election bid is in trouble on election night, as it could serve as ground zero for the "gray revolt" that has Joe Biden leading in polls among senior voters - a group Hillary Clinton lost in 2016.
The problem is not just the fact that Trump is eyeing yet another corporate tax cut; the problem is also why he wants it.
Pete Souza served as the Chief Official White House Photographer for the Obama presidency, and his work is the subject of the new documentary 'The Way I See It,' which premieres Friday night on MSNBC. Souza joins Morning Joe to discuss.
This week's revelations were supposed to make Joe Biden look bad. Instead, they're proving to be a far bigger problem for his GOP accusers.
Pressed on some of the most insidious conspiracy theories of his presidency, Trump's answers were dishonest, wrong, and shameful.
Former NJ Gov. and one of the president's debate coaches, Chris Christie, is publicly discussing his battle with the coronavirus and is also regretting his decision to not wear a mask at the White House.
How is the Biden campaign feeling just weeks from the election? What, if anything, is keeping them up and are they worried things can change? Mike Barnicle discusses.
The president on Thursday also seemed to imply that he owed about $400 million to creditors, a debt amount first reported on in the New York Times.
In a recent phone town hall with his constituents, Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., criticized the president sharply. Kasie Hunt weighs in.
Fmr. Rep. Carlos Curbelo joins Way Too Early to break down Thursday's dueling debates with the president and Joe Biden.
Conflicting comments from Trump and his advisers once again reveal the total chaos inside our national security system.
Trump is never going to stop playing the role of the male champion on TV. But at least some men are starting to see through the lie.
Equal justice for everyone doesn't fit the M.O. of a person whose reality is defined via transactions.
Our president lies to us every day about little things (crowd size) and big things (Covid-19). He disses allies and calls the press the enemy of the people. That is wrong.
Veteran journalist Bob Woodward joins sharing brand new audio from his conversations with the president for his book 'Rage' where Trump shares how he thinks he won the 2016 election. Woodward discusses what it could tell us about how Trump is running his 2020 campaign.
Trump pushed conspiracy theories and falsehoods in a town hall with NBC News while a deliberate Biden spoke to voters' concerns even staying after the event was over to talk with those who didn't get to ask questions. Errin Haines and Eugene Robinson react.