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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.
Rachel Maddow highlights some of the statements made by Donald Trump at the NBC News town hall about the coronavirus that were not only false, but potentially deadly because of the many people who take Trump at his word.
Rachel Maddow reviews some of the news Donald Trump made in an NBC News town hall in revealing new details about the extent of his Covid-19 symptoms and dodging whether he actually took a Covid test on the day of the first presidential debate with Joe Biden.
Rachel Maddow looks at the many conspiracy theories that Donald Trump entertained without rejecting in an NBC News town hall, from his old stand-by about being spied on by the Obama administration, to bizarre ideas about Osama bin Laden, to coddling QAnon fantasists.
On the 2020 presidential election Joy says, “Our basic right to vote ever again, whether the last shreds of the Voting rights Act will fall or whether we can rebuild the act that John Lewis bled for, is at stake.”
The Republican Party is gearing up for a potential Biden presidency, aiming to bring up ‘concerns’ over the national debt after 4 years of deficit spending by the Trump Administration and a massive tax cut for the rich.
Pres. Trump is stepping up attacks on election integrity as both presidential campaigns prep for a potentially contested finish in 2020. MSNBC's Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on the exact history and law that provides for a potentially lengthy counting of results in this exhaustive Special Report. Melber also provides evidence showing why pundits and politicians alike are wrong to prize arbitrary speed over legally mandated accuracy, how some in the media continued to repeat that
Rep. Jim Himes notes that Trump ‘has had three times as many people within his administration indicted as Richard Nixon’
Democratic Congressman Jim Himes on the staggering corruption he sees in the Trump administration
Washington Post White House reporter Ashley Parker weighs on the White House’s continued reckless behavior and disregarding of safety precautions when it comes to coronavirus
A Texas state court ruled that the Governor does not have the authority to limit ballot drop off locations, after he attempted to restrict the number to one per county. Joining Katy Tur to discuss is Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins.
Politico's Michael Kruse says, "for this to be an October surprise ... we need to be surprised. And this stuff is simply no longer surprising.”
YouTube announced it is taking immediate action against conspiracy content on its platform including QAnon. The company says anyone who is pushing QAnon and "pizzagate" conspiracy theories that justify real world violence will be pulled down, NBC’s Ben Collins reports.
Writer Anand Giridharadas discusses his latest piece on the story of an elderly Republican voter who stopped believing in President Trump.
Yes, the U.S. political and judicial systems were designed to protect the minority from the majority — but not to entrench minority rule across the country.
Both a non-staff flight crew member and Kamala Harris’ communications director have tested positive for Covid-19, but the campaign stated the senator was not in close contact with either individual. NBC News’ Ali Vitali reports.
As coronavirus cases climb, it's not at all clear whether the White House thinks that's a good thing or a bad thing.
While general election polling often shows Joe Biden leading the president by margins of 10 points and with substantial leads in some key battleground states, is the race actually much closer? The panel discusses.
For the past 40 years, the GOP has been barred from engaging in these kinds of "election security" campaigns.
These candidates would be addressing different audiences whether they were together or not.