Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) told Trump directly that he would be committing a federal crime by withholding funds to interfere with the right to vote.
On The Rachel Maddow Show, Joy Reid put the pieces together and illustrated how the Trump/Fox News connection goes beyond friendly coverage and into the kind of state-run media that keep the dangerous Trump presidency hanging on.
MSNBC's Joy Reid pointed out that Trump called for arming teachers while speaking at the NRA convention which was a gun-free zone.
Last night, Robert Costa, from the Washington Post reports that Steve Bannon is “pitching a plan to West Wing aides and congressional allies” in an apparent attempt to “cripple the federal investigation, into the matter of Russian interference.”
All of the interviews shown in the clip took place after Trump reportedly ordered White House counsel to remove Mueller from his post.
"She should just move to Haiti since she's more concerned about Haitian immigrants than black Americans here in poverty, in America."
"I'm absolutely -- stand beside Donald Trump, his policies. I think he's moved this country in an incredibly positive direction."
On MSNBC's All In, guest host Joy Reid bluntly spoke the truth about how Republican Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham intentionally pushed a Russia conspiracy theory that they knew was a lie.
"We can't put that into the public record because there is no evidence of that. I've been following Russia-gate since last July. There's no such thing."
There is simply no way to justify this massive redistribution of wealth from bottom and middle-income earners to the richest people in America, including the President of the United States.
According to the right-wing pastor, it's okay if we elect immoral leaders because "Jesus was the only perfect man who walked the earth."
Each day of this presidency is a rerun of the last, with Trump recklessly lashing out on Twitter about everything from television ratings to NFL players to his former 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton.
MSNBC's Joy Reid put on a clinic of how to destroy a conservative conspiracy theory when the topic of the Clinton Uranium One deal came up.
Republicans want you to believe they give a hoot about the opioid crisis in America, while they continue to vote for budgets that cut crucial funding.
Like a villain in a horror movie that appears one last time to wreak havoc, Republicans are again making one last attempt to inflict pain on millions.
Unable to defend the content of the actual meeting, the analyst just repeatedly held up funny pictures of Rob Goldstone, the man who arranged the meeting.
If ever the deck was stacked against science and the environment, it was Donald Trump’s cabinet.
"We've got a very serious problem here. This man may be in a position where he will start causing true harm to American democracy."
During MSNBC's MTP Daily, Joy Reid got into a philosophical argument with conservative columnist John Podhertaz and destroyed the conservative argument that health care should be a choice with a blast of reality.