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St. Louis mayor on travel advisory issued after Ozarks pool party crowds go viral

St. Louis mayor on travel advisory issued after Ozarks pool party crowds go viral

St. Louis mayor Lydia Krewson joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the travel advisory issued by St. Louis county after crowds gathered at Lake of the Ozarks over Memorial Day weekend, with Krewson saying
Doctor fact checks Mick Mulvaney's comparison between coronavirus and flu mortalities

Doctor fact checks Mick Mulvaney's comparison between coronavirus and flu mortalities

Dr. Kavita Patel fact checks Mick Mulvaney after the former Acting White House Chief of Staff compares coronavirus deaths over the last few months to flu deaths over a multi-year period to bolster the
GOP groups sue California over expanded mail-in voting

GOP groups sue California over expanded mail-in voting

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla responds to Republican groups suing that state over their expanded mail-in voting.
Dr. Adalja: No 'strong evidence' COVID-19 'aerosolizes in ordinary situations'

Dr. Adalja: No 'strong evidence' COVID-19 'aerosolizes in ordinary situations'

Dr. Amesh Adalja discusses how coronavirus can spread and whether it can aerosolize.
Trump’s new effort to ‘erase’ Obamas is backfiring, says Obama portrait artist

Trump’s new effort to ‘erase’ Obamas is backfiring, says Obama portrait artist

President Trump is breaking with the longstanding tradition of holding an unveiling ceremony for the predecessor’s portrait deciding not to honor Obama’s legacy. Amy Sherald, award winning artist who
Teyana Taylor explains 'Made It' video as her daughter interrupts news interview

Teyana Taylor explains 'Made It' video as her daughter interrupts news interview

The coronavirus has affected many aspects of everyday life, which has prohibited many families, friends and loved ones from gathering to celebrate the millions of graduates across the country. Singer,
Sheekey: ‘The president is clearly ignoring’ keeping people’s livelihood safe

Sheekey: ‘The president is clearly ignoring’ keeping people’s livelihood safe

A new coronavirus testing strategy from the Trump administration puts the responsibility on states. Kevin Sheekey has been tasked with contact tracing in New York and he joins Stephanie Ruhle to
Schmidt: U.S. has 'never had a president who has performed this badly in a crisis of this magnitude'

Schmidt: U.S. has 'never had a president who has performed this badly in a crisis of this magnitude'

President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden clearly show the divide playing out across the country in relation to the coronavirus pandemic. Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt joins
NBA Star John Wall: 'We're put on this Earth to give back to people'

NBA Star John Wall: 'We're put on this Earth to give back to people'

NBA Player John Wall joins MSNBC's Craig Melvin to discuss his new rent relief program, "202 Assist" for Ward 8 residents.
Team Heilemann or Team Schmidt? Analysts team up to raise money for Navajo Nation

Team Heilemann or Team Schmidt? Analysts team up to raise money for Navajo Nation

Are you #TeamHeilemann or #TeamSchmidt? After a weeks-long (fake) feud, John Heilemann and Steve Schmidt have teamed up with viral Twitter account @ratemyskyperoom to sell t-shirts to raise money to
How to keep meat packing plants safe during pandemic

How to keep meat packing plants safe during pandemic

United Food and Commercial Workers Union International President Marc Perrone joins Morning Joe to discuss the surge in coronavirus cases among workers in U.S. meat packing plants.
‘We turned a corner’: Original suburban New York City hot spot reopens

‘We turned a corner’: Original suburban New York City hot spot reopens

NBC News’ Ron Allen reports from New Rochelle, New York, on what to expect from the suburb’s phase one reopening.
How the pandemic could change America's identity

How the pandemic could change America's identity

Columnists David Brooks and Eugene Robinson join Morning Joe to discuss Brooks' book 'The Second Mountain,' which he says is about 'going through hard times and coming out better on the other side.'
Gov. Cuomo rings bell as NYSE floor reopens with new restrictions

Gov. Cuomo rings bell as NYSE floor reopens with new restrictions

Gov. Andrew Cuomo rings the bell as the New York Stock Exchange floor reopens for the first time since closing on March 23 due to the coronavirus.
Fixing America's health care system amid crisis

Fixing America's health care system amid crisis

Healthcare executive Dr. Vivian Lee joins Morning Joe to discuss the impact the coronavirus has had on the country's health care workers and her new book 'The Long Fix.'
Some seniors cast skeptical eye toward Trump re-election: WaPo

Some seniors cast skeptical eye toward Trump re-election: WaPo

Older voters in states like Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona who are upset with the president could potentially be more influential in November than younger voters, according to new reporting.
Atlantic City Mayor: Data, not 'emotions' guide casino reopenings

Atlantic City Mayor: Data, not 'emotions' guide casino reopenings

Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small (D), joins Ayman Mohyeldin to discuss his city's partial reopening strategy, as businesses on Atlantic City's famed boardwalk continue to struggle. While Small is
Memorial Day crowds raising concern amid pandemic

Memorial Day crowds raising concern amid pandemic

The World Health Organization is warning of a 'second peak' in areas where coronavirus is declining. What does this mean as crowds flocked to beaches and parks this Memorial Day weekend? Dr. Paul Sax
Tech writer calls for Twitter to remove Trump tweets

Tech writer calls for Twitter to remove Trump tweets

In a new column for the NYT, tech writer Kara Swisher is calling for Twitter to remove 'vile conspiracy theory' tweets from the president. The Morning Joe panel discusses in detail.
Biden follows guidance on masks; Trump wears no mask

Biden follows guidance on masks; Trump wears no mask

Joe Biden appeared in public Monday for the first time in more than two months, laying a wreath to honor the fallen at a Delaware war memorial and wearing a mask. President Trump also marked the day