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Michael Moore on 2020 presidential race

Michael Moore on 2020 presidential race

Michael Moore announced that he's endorsing Bernie Sanders to be the Democratic nominee. He discusses why this is Sanders's moment, his second choice pick, and what Democrats need to do to beat Trump
Day 1,002: One month after Trump whistleblower, chaos reigns in Washington

Day 1,002: One month after Trump whistleblower, chaos reigns in Washington

The White House is struggling to answer questions about impeachment, Republicans are struggling to defend the president, and the Feds keep breathing down Rudy Giuliani's neck.
Michael Moore on Mulvaney's confession: ‘He had to tell the truth’

Michael Moore on Mulvaney's confession: ‘He had to tell the truth’

Michael Moore joins Katy Tur to talk about the latest in the Trump impeachment investigation. He says there's "something redemptive about confession and that's what we saw" with Mulvaney's quid pro
How impeachment fear has made Trump worse

How impeachment fear has made Trump worse

Tony Schwartz, who observed Donald Trump up close when he co-wrote “The Art of the Deal,” joins The Last Word to discuss how Donald Trump is “like a drowning man” and “all that matters to him now is
Giuliani lobbying Trump admin on behalf of foreign client: NYT

Giuliani lobbying Trump admin on behalf of foreign client: NYT

Rachel Maddow shares breaking news from the New York Times that even as he has emerged as a central figure in the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry, he has continued to represent foreign clients in
Rep. Jeffries: Giuliani is 'on his way to becoming a convicted felon'

Rep. Jeffries: Giuliani is 'on his way to becoming a convicted felon'

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries tells Chris Hayes Rudy Giuliani "absolutely" has criminal exposure.
Trump awards government contract to himself

Trump awards government contract to himself

In the most iconic form of corruption, Trump awards the 2020 G-7 to the Trump Doral resort and MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle joins Chris Hayes to discuss this unprecedented corruption.
Steve Schmidt returns to MSNBC, with plenty to say

Steve Schmidt returns to MSNBC, with plenty to say

Outspoken Never Trumper Steve Schmidt has been off the airwaves for about eight months, but now he’s back.
Hayes: Giuliani is basically lobbying on behalf of the Turkish government

Hayes: Giuliani is basically lobbying on behalf of the Turkish government

Chris Hayes: Maybe Ukraine is just one example of a thing Trump has been doing a lot.
Impeachment circular firing squad? See Trump's allies turn on aide who admitted Ukraine plot

Impeachment circular firing squad? See Trump's allies turn on aide who admitted Ukraine plot

Trump’s White House is in damage control mode as they attempt to clean up Mick Mulvaney’s admittance of a quid pro quo during a press conference. Nick Akerman, former Watergate prosecutor, argues it
Michael Moore: Trump heading for impeachment because of 'high crimes' like we've never seen

Michael Moore: Trump heading for impeachment because of 'high crimes' like we've never seen

Michael Moore joins MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent to discuss Mick Mulvaney admitting there was a quid pro quo, saying he ‘appreciates’ him for telling the ‘truth.’ Moore also addresses Trump’s
Michael Bennet: Trump has flaunted the rule of law

Michael Bennet: Trump has flaunted the rule of law

According to the Pew Research Center, 54% of Americans approve of the House's decision to start an impeachment inquiry. Senator and presidential candidate Michael Bennet joins Hardball to talk about
Former US Ethics Director says Trump ‘awarded himself a govt contract’ with G7 summit

Former US Ethics Director says Trump ‘awarded himself a govt contract’ with G7 summit

The President made it clear he hoped to host next year's "Group of Seven" meeting of world leaders at his personal property, and on Thursday Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney made it official.
Politico: White House frustrated with Mulvaney’s quid pro quo admission

Politico: White House frustrated with Mulvaney’s quid pro quo admission

While Mulvaney later tried to take back his comments, the damage was already done. Politico reports that, "Republicans lawmakers felt exasperated by the White House's lack of discipline," and that
MSNBC host takes on NCAA: pay college players

MSNBC host takes on NCAA: pay college players

Comedian Jen Kirkman and MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin join Ari Melber for a special edition of Fallback. Jen Kirkman has a huge problem with people who think self-driving tech is an excuse to doze off at
Sen. Van Hollen: Trump's Turkey negotiations were 'the second betrayal of our Syrian Kurdish allies'

Sen. Van Hollen: Trump's Turkey negotiations were 'the second betrayal of our Syrian Kurdish allies'

Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) joins Andrea Mitchell to react to President Trump's negotiated pause of hostilities between Turkish and Syrian Kurdish forces and the bipartisan legislation he is
How much stronger is the Democrats’ impeachment defense?

How much stronger is the Democrats’ impeachment defense?

Andy Card, former White House Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush, Jill Wine-Banks, former Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor, and Chris Whipple, author of “The Gatekeepers: How the White
Amb. Bill Burns: I'm deeply worried about the hollowing out of the State Dept, American diplomacy

Amb. Bill Burns: I'm deeply worried about the hollowing out of the State Dept, American diplomacy

Retired Career Diplomat William Burns joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the state of American diplomacy under President Trump. Ambassador Burns recently penned an essay titled "The Demolition of U.S.
$50 billion deal in the works to avoid opioid trial

$50 billion deal in the works to avoid opioid trial

NBC’s Anne Thompson lays out what to expect as some of the nation’s largest pharmaceutical companies try and hash out a settlement just days before a landmark trial is set to start on Monday.
Pompeo 'very hopeful' about pause in Turkish incursion in Syria

Pompeo 'very hopeful' about pause in Turkish incursion in Syria

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, one of the many world leaders who condemned Turkey’s invasion of Syria. MSNBC’s Ali Velshi joins Chris Jansing from