Criticism of William Barr has rumbled on this week and the latest voice to join the chorus of condemnation was Claire McCaskill, the former senator from Missouri.
Despite his complete and utter lack of credentials, Donald Trump has given Jared Kushner a number of different tasks. One of the jobs the President gave to his son-in-law was to make peace in the Middle East.
Bob Woodward has spoken candidly about his interview with Donald Trump and his view of how the President has handled the Coronavirus. The veteran journalist spoke in tragic terms.
Woodward spoke to MSNBC on Wednesday about his new book Rage, which made headlines for its revelations about Trump’s downplaying of the virus. Woodward said Trump regretted not being interviewed for his earlier book, Fear.
There’s is a pretty good reason why Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are famous. The Washington Post duo were responsible for exposing Richard Nixon’s Watergate scheme and bringing down a presidency.
Retired Army Colonel Jack Jacobs knows something about honor and sacrifice. The former military official was award the Medal of Honor after saving the lives of 14 soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Jacobs, who works a military consultant for MSNBC, also retains many connection in today’s military. And on Friday he confirmed to Chris Jansing the stories that are currently being told about Donald Trump and his feelings on the military.
Today, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy appeared before the House of Representatives. The Trump appointee seemed uprepared to answer even basic questions and contradicted himself on a number of occasions.
MSNBC's Democratic convention coverage anchored by Rachel Maddow beat Fox News all night and especially during Michelle Obama's speech.
Trump tried to upstage Joe Biden adding Kamala Harris to the Democratic ticket, but CNN and MSNBC did not cover his White House event.
John Heilemann issued a stark warning on Tuesday about Donald Trump sending federal agents into Portland. He sees it as the first step in undermining the November election.
The MSNBC political analyst spoke to Morning Joe about his concerns as the President threatens to send federal law enforcement to a slew of Democrat-led cities.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has taken President Donald Trump to task after he declined to say whether he’ll accept the election results if he loses to Democrat Joe Biden. Pelosi made the remarks earlier this morning during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Speaker Pelosi said that Trump doesn't have the power to cut education funding and accused him of trying to unsafely open schools.
This unfortunate and hopefully soon-expiring moment in U.S. history, Donald Trump’s presidency, has been anything but subtle in summoning the worst energies, impulses, and dimensions embedded in the nation’s history and still animating contemporary culture and politics.
Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro went on MSNBC and told Ali Velshi that China deliberately created the coronavirus and intentionally spread it to the US.
Recent polling indicates that an overwhelming number of Americans, close to 75%, support the protests, inspired by George Floyd’s murder, against racism and police brutality. This approval, polls reveal, stretches across party lines and racial lines.
Fox News’ Brit Hume thinks Donald Trump should definitely be golfing rather than sending tweets. He highlighted the President’s recent unfounded allegations against an MSNBC personality.
President Trump has revived false claims about Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough and the death of an intern when he was a congressman. Hume was not pleased by Trump’s tweets.
“A blow to her head? Body found under his desk?” Trump tweeted on Sunday.
“Left Congress suddenly? Big topic of discussion in Florida…and, he’s a Nut Job (with bad ratings). Keep digging, use forensic geniuses!”
Hume complained of “30K retweets for this discredited tale, based on a three-year old post from some wing-ding website.”
30K retweets for this discredited tale, based on a three-year old post from some wing-ding website. This is why even his critics should want DJT to play a lot of golf, because when he does, he’s not tweeting crap like this. https://t.co/WrHNJnlBU6
Mika Brzezinski slammed Donald Trump on Wednesday for his repeated suggestions that her husband is a murderer. The MSNBC personality addressed the President on live TV.
Brzezinski is a co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe along with her husband, Joe Scarborough. Trump has recently revived the unfounded claim that Scarborough was involved in the death of an intern who worked for him when he was a congressman.
Trump brought the issue up again on Wednesday in a tweet calling Scarborough “Psycho Joe”.
“He’s tweeting again all sorts of crazy things,” Brzezinski said during the live broadcast.
“Once again tweeting conspiracy theories about Joe, falsely accusing him of murder, talking about a death of a young staffer in his congressional office years ago, and calling him dangerous to walk the streets.”
Watch the video:
Mika goes in on Trump after he again accuses Joe Scarborough of murder: "I'll just take a point of personal privilege here, that's sick. Donald you're a sick person. … You're really a cruel, sick, disgusting person." pic.twitter.com/iqyX9xXKHu
Donald Trump gets an “F” on Coronavirus, according to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. The California Democrat offered a brutal summary of the President’s failures on Wednesday.
Pelosi spoke to MSNBC about Trump’s lack of preparation and the damage it had caused to the American people.
“For our seniors in nursing homes and the rest, as you say, there’s a big toll being taken there. But if we can test and contact and isolate people, we’re on a very much better path,” she said.
“There’s a Boy Scout saying, ‘Proper preparation prevents poor performance.’ Well, that is exactly where the president gets an F.”
“He was not properly prepared, not with the truth, with the facts, or the admission of what was happening in our country — delay, whatever, delay, denial, death,” Pelosi said.
Watch the video:
Speaker Pelosi: "There's a Boy Scouts saying 'proper preparation prevents poor performance,' well that was exactly where the president gets an 'F'. He was not properly prepared, not with the truth, with the facts or the admission of what was happening in our country." pic.twitter.com/NTM821bEUf
Joe Biden took the President to task on Thursday for his handling of the Coronavirus. The former vice president was incredulous at Donald Trump’s recent behavior.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee
spoke to MSNBC’s Morning Joe program
MSNBC cut away from Trump's coronavirus briefing to do a live fact check of several lies told by Trump and Steve Mnuchin about the availability of COVID-19 stimulus.
Trump started the coronavirus briefing by not talking about coronavirus, so MSNBC cut away from the briefing because he wasn't discussing the pandemic.