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Mueller wins Roger Stone gag order, moves to sentence Manafort

Mueller wins Roger Stone gag order, moves to sentence Manafort

Special Counsel Mueller drops the hammer on Paul Manafort, making a new push to ask a federal judge to sentence Manafort immediately, as a judge rules against Trump’s long-time advisor, Roger Stone,
Bill Weld launches exploratory committee, mulls primary run against Trump

Bill Weld launches exploratory committee, mulls primary run against Trump

Former Massachusetts Governor and 2016 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate Bill Weld announced an exploratory committee, mulling a primary run against Trump.
Ret. Lt. Col to GOP: Confronting Trump is not Omaha Beach on D-Day

Ret. Lt. Col to GOP: Confronting Trump is not Omaha Beach on D-Day

President Trump declares a National Emergency in a gambit to seize money for a border wall with Mexico, but admits during a press conference that he “didn’t need to”. Retired Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph
Did Kanye misfire with Kenny G valentine? Senator weighs in

Did Kanye misfire with Kenny G valentine? Senator weighs in

In a special edition of “Fallback Friday”, Senator Richard Blumenthal joins legendary comedian Lizz Winstead and Ari Melber, becoming the first-ever Senator to appear on the segment. Winstead calls
Judge imposes ‘partial gag order’ on Roger Stone

Judge imposes ‘partial gag order’ on Roger Stone

A federal judge on Friday issued a “partial gag order,” ordering Roger Stone to refrain from making any statements to the press “that pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case."
Mueller prosecutors recommend 19-24 years in Manafort case

Mueller prosecutors recommend 19-24 years in Manafort case

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors are asking a judge for a jail sentence of approximately 19-24 years in prison for Paul Manafort.
Republicans have changed their stance on national emergencies

Republicans have changed their stance on national emergencies

Tonight, Chuck is obsessed with political evolution and how Republicans are flip-flopping their stance on national emergencies during the Obama administration.
Ryan: Tax breaks to Amazon are 'race to the bottom'

Ryan: Tax breaks to Amazon are 'race to the bottom'

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) characterizes the willingness to give large tax breaks to corporations to lure them in as a "race to the bottom" but says we still need to work with the private sector.
Rep. Tim Ryan on Amazon divide: ‘We can’t be hostile to business’

Rep. Tim Ryan on Amazon divide: ‘We can’t be hostile to business’

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) discusses the Democrats’ divide over Amazon’s HQ2 pulling out of New York City.
Tim Ryan: 'Strongly considering' 2020 run

Tim Ryan: 'Strongly considering' 2020 run

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) says he isn't ruling out a run for president in 2020.
What did the Mueller's team ask Sarah Sanders?

What did the Mueller's team ask Sarah Sanders?

Former US attorney Joyce Vance, MSNBC contributors Kim Atkins and John Heilemann, and NBC’s Peter Alexander on the revelation that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had been interview
'Our president is an idiot’: Trump facing backlash from both sides over emergency declaration

'Our president is an idiot’: Trump facing backlash from both sides over emergency declaration

Former US attorney Joyce Vance, MSNBC contributors Kim Atkins and John Heilemann, and NBC’s Peter Alexander on Trump announcing a national emergency to fund his border wall
2020 Vision: Meet Bill Weld, Trump’s primary challenger

2020 Vision: Meet Bill Weld, Trump’s primary challenger

Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld (R) hopes to gain support “one voter at a time” if he challenges President Trump for the Republican nomination. Weld announced an exploratory committee today.
Becerra on national emergency: Trump is ‘not above the law’

Becerra on national emergency: Trump is ‘not above the law’

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joins MTP Daily and says Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the border will “harm the people of California.” California is suing the Trump
Friday's Mini-Report, 2.15.19

Friday's Mini-Report, 2.15.19

Today's edition of quick hits.
Trump national emergency could be stuck in court ‘many, many months’

Trump national emergency could be stuck in court ‘many, many months’

Robert Tsai joins MTP Daily to discuss the possible legal aftermaths of the president declaring a national emergency to build a border wall and tells Chuck Todd that it will take months to go through
Donald Trump's 'political emergency'

Donald Trump's 'political emergency'

Political strategist Rick Tyler and Former congresswoman Donna Edwards discuss the politics at play behind Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.
Does Trump's indifference to the rule of...

Does Trump's indifference to the rule of...

With his emergency declaration, Donald Trump appears to have shown -- again -- his indifference to the rule of law. Is it a "constitutional crisis"?
Can Democrats fight Trump's wall?

Can Democrats fight Trump's wall?

Rep. John Garamendi, a member of the Armed Services Committee, responds to President Trump's declaration of a national emergency in order to divert funds to build his wall. He tells Katy Tur that
Tribe on national emergency: The only emergency is that Trump was a 'bad negotiator'

Tribe on national emergency: The only emergency is that Trump was a 'bad negotiator'

Harvard Law School Professor, Laurence Tribe, joins Katy Tur to discuss the legal process surrounding declaring a national emergency and what could happen next.