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Jon Meacham: Voters chose chaos instead of stability in 2016

With a government shutdown showing no end in sight, the country is left wondering when will it finally come to an end. Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian Jon Meacham joins to discuss.

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Steve King ‘at peace’ after rebuke of white supremacy remarks

After his remarks on 'white supremacy' received a rebuke from Congress, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) says he's comfortable 'standing before God and answering to all of this.' Philip Rucker & Donna Edwards join to discuss.

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Schumer: Trump imperviousness to people’s pain ‘disgusting’

Senator Chuck Schumer talks with Rachel Maddow about how the record-length government shutdown is hurting Americans and calls on Donald Trump to allow a budget to pass.

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Why political chaos in America & Great Britain is good for Putin

With the latest Brexit vote leaving the UK in crisis and America's government still in a shutdown, Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff joins to explain why this is all good news for Vladimir Putin.

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Schumer: Barr fudged his answers on respecting Mueller probe

Senator Chuck Schumer talks with Rachel Maddow about why he is voting against Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, William Barr, and the unusually bipartisan support he received in his bid to block the lifting of some Russia sanctions.

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Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) outraged by the Senate’s inaction on shutdown

Everyone in the Senate now knows that what started as the Trump shutdown is now the Mitch McConnell shutdown because Majority Leader McConnell could bring any of the House spending bills that have been passed to a vote in the senate and according to…

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Aides reveal Trump wants out of NATO, a dream of Putin

New York Times correspondent Helene Cooper joins Lawrence to discuss her latest reporting on President Trump's private desire to withdraw from NATO, a move critics called a "gift" to Vladimir Putin. Evelyn Farkas and David Frum join the discussion.

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Trump AG pick William Barr says Mueller probe is no ‘witch hunt’

As we learn more about what Mueller has against Manafort and what Cohen may tell Congress, Trump's attorney general nominee says the Mueller investigation is not a 'witch hunt.' Peter Baker, Maya Wiley, & Chuck Rosenberg react.

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More top admin officials sound alarm on Trump’s pro-Russia foreign policy

Former Undersecretary of State Rick Stengel, WaPo’s Phil Rucker, former DOJ spokesman Matt Miller, and MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan on Trump reported ongoing interest in withdrawing from NATO

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Ignoring the bigger problem, GOP finally condemns Steve King’s racism

Former Rep. Donna Edwards, former Undersecretary of State Rick Stengel, former DOJ spokesman Matt Miller, and MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan on Congressman Steve King and Donald Trump

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As feds probe Trump inauguration, details of lavish spending revealed

Former Rep. Donna Edwards, former Undersecretary of State Rick Stengel, former DOJ spokesman Matt Miller, and MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan the new report detailing how the Trump inauguration committee spent funds raised

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Sen. Sherrod Brown announces ‘Dignity of Work’ tour

Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown announces he will be embarking on a tour of early primary states – including Iowa and New Hampshire.

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Warner: ‘More than a little bizarre’ if Trump took interpreter’s notes

Sen. Mark Warner, Vice Chairman of the Intelligence Committee, reacts to the recent report that the President hid details of his talks with Vladimir Putin and confiscated his interpreter’s notes.

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John Brennan agrees: Trump is clear and present danger to U.S.

Former CIA director John Brennan concurs with former senior Justice Department official David Laufman’s conclusion that the president is a clear and present danger to the national security of this country.

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Sen. Gillibrand announces she will run for President

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has formed a 2020 exploratory committee and announced “I’m going to run for President of the United States.”

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NYT: Trump discussed pulling US from NATO multiple times

The New York Times is reporting that Trump continues to bring up the US withdrawal from NATO, which has been a long sought after goal … for Russia.

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Trump AG nominee says public may never see Mueller’s report

Comments made Tuesday by William Barr, President Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, suggest that the report of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's Russian meddling investigation might not become public in the way many have been expecting.

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GOP fails its own ‘white supremacist’ standard, protecting Trump

Republicans in Congress fail their own “white supremacist standard” by condemning Congressman Steve King’s racist remarks, while ignoring similar comments made by Trump. Civil Rights leader and President & CEO of the National Urban League, Marc Morial,…

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Judiciary chairman: Trump ‘must have known’ about Russian contact

Special Counsel Mueller releases a new document laying out exactly what Paul Manafort lied about after he started cooperating with the Russia probe, as Senators grill Mueller’s prospective new boss in confirmation hearings. House Judiciary Chair, Rep….

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Schiff: ‘Astonishing’ Trump picked Mueller critic for AG

Senate confirmation hearings are under way for President Trump’s Attorney General nominee, Bill Barr. House Intelligence Chair, Adam Schiff, tells Ari Melber that it is “astonishing” that Trump picked William Barr as Attorney General. Schiff also…

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WaPo: Trump frustrated, isolated in shutdown fight

The Washington Post notes the president has "been isolated in his residence in recent days and prone to flashes of frustration about his inability to get Democrats to buckle."

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Bill Maher: Trump should be impeached

Bill Maher, host of HBO’s Real Time, joined Hardball to give his thoughts on the government shutdown, Steve King, and he thinks Trump should be impeached.

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Rosenberg: On confidentiality of Mueller Report, ‘remains to be seen’ what Barr does

Former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg responds to Attorney General nominee William Barr's seemingly two differing answers on how public the Mueller report will be.

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What took GOP so long to push back against Steve King?

Tonight, Chuck is obsessed with the Republican Party’s recent discovery that Iowa Congressman Steve King has made a career of making racist statements, and how he paved the way for Trump.

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Clyburn: ‘Definitive vote in the Senate’ could lead way for veto-proof vote in House to end shutdown

Majority House Whip Jim Clyburn tells Chuck how veto-proof legislation to end the government shutdown could come about.

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Can you indict a sitting president? Barr says ‘no reason to change’ rules that allow it

After Attorney General nominee William Barr answers whether he believes a sitting president could be indicted, former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg expresses disappointment with that answer.

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Rosenberg: Barr’s ‘ability to walk away if need be’ should inspire confidence at Justice Department

Former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg says William Barr's answer that he would resign if asked to cover up any wrongdoing should inspire confidence by those at the Justice Department.

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Full Clyburn: Steve King would’ve been gone ‘if it were up to me’

Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) joins MTP Daily to discuss Rep. Steve King’s recent comments about white supremacy and the government shutdown fight.

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AG nominee Barr explains how the president could break the law

Attorney General nominee William Barr explains how a president could break the law if a president attempts to intervene in a matter he has a stake in, which could be a breach of his constitutional duties.

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