'Trump has had bad weeks and rough stretches since his earliest days in office. He was impeached, after all. But he arguably hasn't had a worse month than this past one,' write Carol Lee, Kristen Welker and Monica Alba. Lee joins Morning Joe to discuss.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, in a new interview, is sounding the alarm on the coronavirus in the United States and the measures needed to control the outbreak. Joe Scarborough shares his thoughts.
With poll after polls showing Trump trailing Joe Biden in battleground states and nationally, reports indicate the news is infuriating Trump. Carol Leonnig of The Washington Post reacts.
Trump is spending his time attacking Black Lives Matter and defending Confederate monuments, leaning into the divisive politics that got him elected as the coronavirus pandemic rages across the nation. Ashley Parker joins to discuss.
Dr. Vin Gupta reacts to the governors still flouting public health guidelines as the coronavirus pandemic spirals out of control across the United States.
The United States has hit an all-time record for new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row as the Trump administration continues to provide no new strategies to deal with the pandemic.
The president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Julian Bear Runner, tells Lawrence O'Donnell that Donald Trump's visit to Mount Rushmore is a "threat to my people and a threat to the land," and Donald Trump is not welcome to visit Mount Rushmore as the Great
Former Democratic Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss how the Lt. Gov. of Texas leverages power over the governor and is putting an “end to transparency” of fighting COVID-19.
Steve Schmidt speaks to Lawrence O’Donnell about Donald Trump and reports that Russia paid bounties to Taliban members to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Former HHS Assistant Secretary Dr. Howard Koh talks with Rachel Maddow about why wearing a mask to help stem the spread of coronavirus is a better way to promote freedom than not wearing a mask.
Rachel Maddow shows how the Donald Trump administration never bothered to do the work of setting up a proper national supply chain to provide U.S. health workers with adequate PPE, so Americans are forced to deal with the same kinds of shortages as when
Rachel Maddow looks at the lessons learned the hard way in the early days of the coronavirus epidemic in the United States and how, six months later, the Trump administration's complete failure to devise a national testing strategy has left states to
Investigative reporter Megan Twohey on significance of Maxwell’s arrest: “It’s hard to imagine anyone who might know more of Epstein’s secrets and the other people who were involved in his orbit, in his pattern of predation than Maxwell.”