Nicolle Wallace hammered Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for helping Trump ruin the lives of 2,300 children
Award-winning journalist John Heilemann said that Trump and Republicans must be made to pay a price for his child separation policy by the American people voting for Democrats in November.
Heilemann said on MSNBC’s Deadline: White House:
I have found the last week or so and particularly the last 48 hours or so, some of the most disheartening and appalling period of my entire adult life covering politics and watching what’s been happening in this what happened today is really an easy story. The president bowed to political pressure. We have not seen him do that often. We have seen many politicians do the president usually tries to push his way through. It was undeniably intense and he folded. It’s great. It should be heartening to some people that it is possible for this president to be pressured to stop from doing vile things.
Ari Melber preemptively called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's BS on immigration before showing the Kentucky Senator's claims.
MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff put a quick end to Trump's excuse making and blaming for child separations in less than 30 seconds.
MSNBC destroyed Trump's lie that his policy of child separation at the border was the fault of Democrats with an immediate fact check while Trump was still talking.
A witness who visited two of the immigration detention centers in Texas is reporting that 5-year-old boys are being locked in cages and not allowed out.
New reporting suggests that Michael Cohen hasn't flipped yet, but that he is sending signals to Trump begging for a pardon before he flips.
Rachel Maddow asked why Trump gave up the joint military exercises with South Korea and she showed that the answer is Russia.
Nicolle Wallace asked the question on the minds of most Americans as they watched Trump praise a murderous dictator when she said, "What is wrong with him?"
Katy Tur went there and called Trump a liar on the air after a guest danced around the subject of Trump's inability to tell the truth.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and Nicolle Wallace crushed the right's hypocrisy for praising Trump for kissing up to N. Korea after they called Obama weak.
Nicolle Wallace said what needed to be said on MSNBC's Deadline: White House when she told Trump's Republican enablers that something is definitely going to happen and that they are going to get someone killed.
MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports debunked Trump's outrage over tabloid rumors that he spread about his own wife on Twitter.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace delivered an ego-crushing moment to Trump when should pictures side by side of the number of New England Patriots who came to the White House for Obama versus the smaller number of players who showed up for Trump.
MSNBC gave a platform to the truth by interviewing former New York City Council President Melissa Mark-Viverito who explained the federal government's disregard for the deaths in Puerto Rico as the racist policies of the Trump administration.
It is being reported that the D'Souza pardon was intended to send a loud message to Mueller witnesses that if they keep quiet, Trump will pardon them.
MSNBC pointed out the hypocrisy of the Trump White House saying nothing about Roseanne's racist tweet while losing their minds over Samantha Bee's comments about Ivanka Trump.
Dan Rather had a message for Donald Trump and every single American watching. Rather said that no president is more powerful than the entire country, as he pointed out that the people are moving in the opposite direction away from this president.
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) used Paul Ryan's words about Trump's racism against him, and asked if Trump is racist, why are Republicans cozying up to him.
MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell became the latest journalist to put a disclaimer on a Trump tweet, as she told viewers before she read part of the tweet that Trump's statement blaming Democrats for missing immigrant children was false.