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Guests: Ron Klain, Kristy Greenberg, Harry Litman, Hugo Lowell, Jacqueline AlemanyThe ex-president caught on tape bragging about classified documents. Tonight: the increasingly strong case against Trump and the timeline of the investigation. Then, as his lawyers line up to defend him there's new trouble in Team Trump. Plus: how Joe Manchin's pet pipeline project just got expedited in the debt-bill. And the latest stunt from Republicans trying to investigate Biden.
Guests: Sahil Kapur, Renato Mariotti, Brian Deese, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Mikie Sherril, Tara Setmayer, David JollyChris Hayes breaks down the latest on the House vote on the debt ceiling bill. Plus, new reporting on a secret recording of Trump discussing classified documents.
Guests: Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries, Jose Pagliery, Texas State Representative James Talarico Republicans floundering on the debt ceiling deal as Biden plays it cool. Tonight: How calling the bluff of the hostage-takers was the key to saving the country from economic catastrophe. Then, the radical Republican Attorney General of Texas impeached by his own party. Plus, as the special counsel closes in, new worries about a snitch in Team Trump.
As a bonus for you, we're sharing the trailer for Season 2 of Dateline: Missing in America. The chart-topping podcast series is back with a brand-new season and brand-new cases. Are you the key to solving a mystery? Correspondents Josh Mankiewicz, Andrea Canning and Keith Morrison report on perplexing missing person cases brought to Dateline's attention by our social media followers. Each episode focuses on one person's story, as told by those left behind. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. You can listen to the first two episodes of Dateline: Missing in America season 2 here: https://link.chtbl.com/mias2_fdlw
Guests: Jeffrey Toobin, Alexis McGill Johnson, David Plouffe, Danya PerryThe top Oath Keeper gets 18 years for seditious conspiracy, but the guy who sent them to the Capitol is still free.Then, the special counsel is closing in as we get new reporting on Team Trump moving classified documents. Plus: the disastrous rollout of the DeSantis campaign. And a showdown in Texas as the House Republicans call for the Attorney General to be impeached after he says the House Speaker was drunk on the job.
Guests: Rep. Dan Goldman, Ryan Reilly, Tim Miller, Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Maria HinojosaNew concern in Trump World that Mark Meadows is spilling to the special counsel. Tonight: the latest on the insurrection investigation. And the signs of an imminent prosecution in the docs case. Then, one year after the massacre at Uvalde, the survivors looking for answers and fight for gun control in Texas. Plus, the Oath Keeper now facing 25 years in prison for January 6th. And Ron DeSantis announces he's running for president in the most successful Elon Musk rollout since the Cybertruck.
Guests: Harry Litman, Jose Pagliery, Nikki McCann Ramirez, David Pepper, Suzanne Nossel, LindsayDonald Trump is back in court as a judge warns him to watch his mouth. Tonight: the trial date for the people of the state of New York against Donald J. Trump. Then, the latest on the man with a Nazi flag arrested for threatening the president. Plus, the outrageous move by Ohio Republicans undermining democracy to ban abortion. And the poem read at the inauguration of Joe Biden is now banned from a classroom in DeSantis-run Florida.
Guests: Jeff Stein, George Conway, Adam Serwer, State Senator Machaela CavanaughTonight: another round of negotiations as the clock ticks towards default. Then, the classified document investigation expands into Trump's business dealings. Plus, E. Jean Carroll says she plans to seek more damages from the ex-president. And the latest chilling example of America in reverse as Nebraska's governor signs a combination anti-trans and anti-abortion law.
Guests: Jamelle Bouie, Rebecca Roiphe, Tara Setmayer, David Jolly, Sophie BushwickRepublican states using their culture war to take your freedom. Tonight: Why Florida residents are saying their governor is inflicting a kind of "torture" on them. Plus, the field of candidates waiting for a Trump grows. And does the United States Senate have any hope of regulating the fast-growing AI industry?
Can a candidate run for president on the "freedom" platform while authorizing his state to seize children from their parents for seeking medical care? Tonight: the dystopian nightmare in Florida and beyond. Then, Democrats crash another Jim Jordan circus in the House. Plus, Congressman Jamaal Bowman on Marjorie Taylor Greene's concern that he's a “threat.” And a very important community note for the CEO of Twitter: the Bellingcat reporter who debunked Elon Musk joins live.
Guests: Donna Deegan, Rep. Becca Balint, Sen. Sherrod Brown, Jennifer HornThe infighting breaks into the open as the losing continues. Tonight: how Republicans are fundamentally misunderstanding this American moment—and how Democrats are taking advantage. Then, how Republicans saved George Santos from expulsion from Congress with a unanimous vote. And Senator Sherrod Brown on potential Democratic workarounds for debt limit hostage taking.
Guests: Senator Elizabeth Warren, Mike Schmidt, Andrew Weissmann, Rep. Robert Garcia, Ben Collins, Michelle Goldberg Access peddling, corruption and shocking sexual assault allegations in a new lawsuit filed against Rudy Giuliani. Tonight: Andrew Weissmann on the claims Rudy Giuliani sexually abused his employee—and Michael Schmidt on the allegations that he conspired with Donald Trump to sell presidential pardons. Then, a resolution to expel George Santos from Congress. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren on the Republican debt limit extortion, fresh off her grilling of failed bank CEOs. And the Elon Musk descent into right wing conspiracy theorist now includes full endorsement of antisemitic tropes.
Guests: Jamelle Bouie, Hunter Walker, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Ryan Nobles, Sen. Ed Markey, Brandon Wolf, Mona CharenThe president makes the case against white supremacy again—and the backlash roars. Tonight: new reporting on a potential new connection between white nationalists and the office of a sitting congressman. Then, what we know after two were hospitalized during a violent attack at the office of Congressman Gerry Connolly. Plus, the DeSantis campaign overhaul that includes shaking hands and looking at people in the eyes. And Senator Ed Markey on his renewed plan to fix a broken Supreme Court by adding four new justices.
Guests: Matthew Bartlett, Jennifer Horn, Noah Shachtman, Paul Krugman, Michael WeissHow the Republican Party and its media allies are turning an unpopular loser into an inevitable winner. Then, how Donald Trump is getting the band back together to finish the insurrection. Plus, Paul Krugman on the Republican plan to harm Americans to hurt Joe Biden. And at a crucial turning point for the war in Ukraine.
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Michelle Goldberg, Stuart Stevens, Tara Setmayer, Alida Garcia The Trump push to finish the insurrection is broadcast live on national television. Tonight, blowback against the disgraced ex-president and the people who thought putting him on TV was a good idea. Plus, crickets from the Republican field who should want to defeat Donald Trump. And, Fox News fires up the outrage machine over a human crisis invented by Trump Republicans.
Guests: Rep. Ritchie Torrres, David Plouffe, Jennifer Palmieri, Rachel Maddow, Jamelle Bouie. Fraud charges for a MAGA republican, one day after Donald Trump is found liable for sexual abuse. Tonight: the slow wheels of justice turn a little quicker. Then, can you defeat a Republican frontrunner by excusing his sexual battery? Plus, Rachel Maddow on the biggest as yet uncharged crime of Donald Trump. And Jamelle Bouie on what, exactly, is going on with America's toxic gun culture.
Guests: Andre Bernstein, Jane Manning, Josh Gerstein, Rep. Dan Goldman, Sarah Longwell, Molly Jong-Fast, Brittney CooperA jury finds Donald Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation. Tonight: Vindication for E. Jean Carroll, the fallout for the Republican front-runner, and the reaction from the Republican Party. Plus federal charges for freshman congressman and serial liar George Santos.
Guests: Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Lisa Rubin, Paul ButlerMore secret money from conservative donors, this time directed to the wife of a Supreme Court justice. Tonight: Senator Sheldon Whitehouse on the ongoing coverup in plain sight—and what Democrats will do about it. Then, the former president's sworn testimony in his civil rape trial is released to the public. And breaking news from Fulton County: 8 fake electors have cut a deal with prosecutors.
Guests: Ryan Reilly, Barbara McQuade, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Sen. Peter Welch, Jessica ValentiThe Proud Boys will stand back and stand by for sentencing. Tonight: the guilty verdict for Donald Trump's foot soldiers. And Congressman Jamie Raskin on the connective tissue from the leaders of the mob to the man who sent them. Then, another Supreme Court ethics blockbuster: the same mega-donor treating Clarence Thomas to lavish vacations and paying his mother's rent is caught paying the private school tuition for the child Thomas raised as a son. Plus, the prosecution rests in the Trump civil rape trial as the accused is offered a second chance to testify. And the mysterious case of a formerly pro-abortion North Carolina Democrat now suddenly voting with Republicans to restrict abortion access.
Guests: Adam Serwer, Lisa Rubin, Michelle Goldberg, Eric HolderTonight: New reporting on the text messages that caused fox news to fire Tucker. Then, another twist in the Trump trial: Why Trump attorneys say they will present no defense. Plus, should American news media appropriately cover a twice-impeached, criminally indicted frontrunner who is on trial for rape? And former attorney general Eric Holder on the anti-democratic outbreak in statehouses from Ohio to North Carolina and beyond.
A crisis of confidence in a Supreme Court that's mired in ethics scandals. Tonight: the long list of concerns about the ultra-conservative court. And Senator Chris Murphy on what Senate Democrats plan to do about it. Then, a second accuser takes the witness stand as the former president vacations in Europe. We'll have the latest shocking testimony from inside the Trump trial. Plus, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar on the man charged with vandalizing her office and setting fires to two Minnesota mosques. And is the so-called 'woke mind virus' eating away at…Republican brains? Jamelle Bouie on why an anti-woke obsession is costing Republicans with ordinary voters.
Guests: Rep. Veronica Escobar, State. Sen. Roland Gutierrez, Jim Cavanaugh, Joy Reid, Jane Manning, Melissa Murray. Shock and outrage after another mass murder in Texas—and the unbelievable attack on the victims by the state's governor. Then, the woman accusing Donald Trump of rape leaves the witness stand: what we learned from the cross examination of E Jean Carroll. Plus, the Senate moves to check the Supreme Court amid new reporting on massive earnings for the wife of the Chief Justice. And Joy Reid joins me to talk about how Republicans can't stay out of their own way when it comes to restrictive bans on abortion.
Guests: Timothy Heaphy, John Wood, Rev. Al Sharpton, Ryan Reilly, Tressie McMillan CottomThe former president poses as Mike Pence opens up. Tonight: is what Mike Pence already wrote in his book enough for Jack Smith? Then, the brazen move by the state Supreme Court to seize political power in North Carolina. Plus, an unbelievable twist in one of the Fox News scare stories about big city crime. The real story Fox won't tell you about the San Francisco ex-fire commissioner attacked by a homeless man.
Guests: Laura Jarrett, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Mary McCord, Lisa Rubin, Michael Schmidt, Sen. Bernie SandersMike Pence gets another chance to do the right thing. Tonight: what we know about the former vice president's participation in the criminal investigation of his boss. Then, the explosive scene inside a New York courtroom where E. Jean Carroll's rape allegation faced cross examination from Donald Trump's lawyer. Plus, Michael Schmidt of the New York Times on what we actually know about the firing of Tucker Carlson. And Senator Bernie Sanders on why he's endorsing a second term for President Biden.
Guests: Heidi Przybyla, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Gretchen Carlson, Ilya Marritz, Rep. Katie PorterNew questions and new reporting on why Tucker Carlson was fired from Fox News. Tonight: Former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson on what needs to happen for change at her former network. Plus, another shady real estate deal at the Supreme Court as the Chief Justice dismisses calls for oversight. Then, riveting testimony from the woman accusing Donald Trump of rape. What we learned from E. Jean Carroll's day on the witness stand. And Congresswoman Katie Porter on the MAGA vote to slash funding for Medicaid, veterans, childcare and more.
Guests: Brandy Zadrozny, Ben Smith, Lisa Rubin, Ronald Klain, Harry LitmanA Tucker tell-all from his ex-producer. Tonight: What we're learning about what finally did Tucker in—with Brandy Zadrozny and Ben Smith. Plus, stunning allegations in opening arguments as the rape and defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump finally begins in court. Then, what we know about the Fani Willis plans amid new reporting of another grand jury investigating election crimes. And former chief of staff Ron Klain on today's re-election rollout for his former boss.
Guests: Angelo Carusone, Rep. Jeff Jackson, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Jennifer ShererFox News resumes its regularly scheduled programming. Tonight: how the Murdoch monopoly ceded trust to Trump—and how we're all paying for it. Then, she's the face of the Republican Party Congress. Now there's new reporting on how Marjorie Taylor Greene is helping to fund vulnerable House Republicans. Then, my interview with the freshman Democrat using social media to expose the truth about Congress. And as the Supreme Court delays action on an abortion pill ruling, Senator Tammy Duckworth on the Republican vote to end abortion care at VA hospitals.
Guests: Stephen Shackelford, Harry Litman, Michelle Goldberg, David Plouffe, Rep. Daniel Goldberg Fox News agrees the largest defamation payout since the Alex Jones. Tonight: one of the Dominion attorneys on the historic settlement with Fox. Then, another nightmare murder, this time in upstate New York—and the awful truth of the politics of crime and punishment. And why this Tax Day should mark a happy ending to nonsense fearmongering about 87,000 new IRS agents.
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Tim Miller, Tara Setmayer, Ben Crump, Lisa Rubin, Mark Joseph SternThe MAGA circus comes to Manhattan. Tonight: Congressman Adam Schiff on the ongoing Republican obstruction of the Trump prosecution. Then, breaking news out of Missouri: felony charges for the man who shot an young Black teenager who was knocking on his door. Benjamin Crump is the attorney for the family of Ralph Yarl and he joins live. Plus, why Donald Trump will not be able to delay the E Jean Carroll trial starting in eight days. And just when you thought the Clarence Thomas scandal couldn't look worse…it gets worse.
The biggest Supreme Court ethics scandal in generations. Tonight: the new civil and criminal complaints against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Plus, as the Supreme Court momentarily pauses the abortion pill ruling, the Governor of Florida effectively eliminates abortion in the South. And the latest turn in a shocking rejection of the rule of law in Texas where the governor wants to pardon a convicted murderer at the behest of a cable news host.
Guests: Dr. Josh Sharfstein, Leah Litman, Danya Perry, Sen. Chris Murphy, Jamil JafferThe abortion bans keep passing and national Republicans cannot defend it. Tonight: Florida's vote to reverse reproductive rights as the lawless ruling on abortion pill likely heads to the Supreme Court. Then, another deposition for the disgraced ex-president. Will his supporters get away with threatening his criminal prosecutor? Plus, what we know about the 21-year-old air national guardsman arrested for leaking Pentagon documents. And first it was secret, lavish gifts from a billionaire donor to Clarence Thomas So why was the same donor secretly buying real estate from Justice Thomas?
Guests: Tennessee Rep. Gloria Johnson, Tom Jackman, Andrew Weissmann, Eric WempleExpelled on Thursday, returned on Wednesday. Tonight, the latest extraordinary turn in the Tennessee House—with Representative Gloria Johnson . Then, was Donald Trump showing off a map containing "sensitive intelligence information" to aides and visitors at Mar-a-Lago? The latest reporting on the special counsel investigation. And as the face of the network lowers himself to interview a man he "hates passionately,” the lawyers for Fox News caught deceiving the court before Fox News goes on trial for knowingly deceiving its audience.
Guests: Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Ben Wikler, Rebecca Traister, Chris Mooney, Governor Jay InsleeWith one expelled lawmaker returned to his position and another on his way…Tonight: how the anti-democratic movement thrives in statehouses across the countries. Then, as the Manhattan DA sues Jim Jordan and House Republicans for trying to obstruct the prosecution of Donald Trump, Rebecca Traister on what the focus on Trump's arrest may be costing us. Plus, as Kentucky searches for answers in the wake of mass murder, the governor of one state that's about to sign an assault weapons ban joins lives.
Guests: Michael Steele, David Pepper, Shannon Watts, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Danya Perry, Brandy ZadroznyOne of the Tennessee Three now back in the House. The unanimous vote to reappoint Justin Jones to his seat. As hundreds of protesters accompany him to the state Capitol. Tonight: the fight to save democracy in Tennessee. Then: At least four people killed and nine more injured in the latest mass shooting in America. Plus, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer on the threat to abortion access. And an NBC News exclusive as the victim of a years-long conspiracy finally breaks her silence.
Guests: Justin Pearson, Melissa Murray, Irin Carmon, Nancy Gertner, Joshua KaplanA federal judge in Amarillo, Texas orders medical abortion pills off of shelves, across the country in seven days. Tonight: Melissa Murray, Irin Carmon, and Nancy Gertner on the latest wild assault on reproductive rights. Then, Republicans against democracy in Nashville: Justin Peterson on his historic expulsion—and the anti-democratic Republican moment in Tennessee and beyond. And private jets, super yachts and the everyman facade of a Supreme Court Justice. Clarence Thomas responds to explosive reporting on the secret gifts he's been receiving from a Republican megadonor.
Guests: Sherrilyn Ifill, State Sen. London Lamar, Harry LitmanThis is what anti-democracy looks like: a Republican super majority in the Tennessee House moves to expel three Democrats for their gun violence protest. Tonight: the national implications of the surreal events in Tennessee.
As a bonus for listeners, we're sharing a preview from Prosecuting Donald Trump, a new original podcast series from MSNBC. Donald Trump became the first ex-president to be arraigned on criminal charges Tuesday. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord tell us what happened inside that Manhattan courtroom, what stood out to them in the pages of the indictment and what it all tells us about how District Attorney Alvin Bragg plans to build his case. Listen to the first three episodes now and follow the series: https://link.chtbl.com/pdt_fd
Guests: Cornell Belcher, Diana Florence, Nick AkermanThe former vice president agrees to talk after his boss surrendered for arrest in New York. 24 hours of political disaster for the party he leads—and why there's no sign any of it is letting up.
Donald Trump became the first ex-president to be arraigned on criminal charges Tuesday. MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord tell us what happened inside that Manhattan courtroom, what stood out to them in the pages of the indictment and what it all tells us about how District Attorney Alvin Bragg plans to build his case.
Guests: Jonathan Dienst, Rep. Adam Schiff, Mary McCord, Charles Coleman, Jeremy Saland, Symone Sanders-Townsend, David DruckerThe former president descends the golden air stairs after landing in New York for his surrender to justice. Tonight: Congressman Adam Schiff on the eve of Trump's first court appearance. Plus, the timeline for finding out what's actually in the charges, why the publicity seeking ex-president is arguing against cameras in court, and why Jack Smith's subpoena's for the Secret Service could be the clearest sign yet that more charges are coming.
Guests: Jen Psaki, Elie Mystal, Katie Phang, Harry Sandick, Rev. Al Sharpton, Dr. Yusef SalaamNew details on Donald Trump's surrender to justice, the processing and fingerprinting upon his arrival in New York, as the ex-president and his allies rage. Tonight: what we're learning about the actual charges Trump is facing, why his pending arrest means a return to normalcy—and not a departure. Then, an interview with a member of the exonerated Central Park Five on Donald Trump's date with justice. Plus, what all of this means for the frontrunner's stranglehold on Republican politics.
A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict Donald Trump – setting a new precedent for holding American leaders accountable. But how does a prosecutor like Alvin Bragg actually convince a jury to convict a former president? MSNBC legal analysts Andrew Weissmann and Mary McCord tell us how prosecutors think about building a case against a former president.Listen to the first two episodes now and follow the series: https://link.chtbl.com/pdt_fd
A New York grand jury has voted to charge Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels hush money scheme. Chris Hayes has the breaking news.
Guests: Rebecca Traister, David Jolly, Sherry Boston, Sen. Bernie SandersTonight: Rebecca Traister on the shock and awe of state by state legislation criminalizing reproductive rights. Then, just when you thought it couldn't get worse for Fox News, devastating new filings in the Dominion Lawsuit against Fox News. Plus, Senator Bernie Sanders unloads on Starbucks in the Senate.
Guests: Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Harry Litman, Barb McQuade, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, Jeff SharletThe former vice president is compelled to give sworn testimony about his boss's coup. Tonight: What this means for criminal case against Trump—and what this means for the rule of law. Then, how do you stop gun violence from killing kids in schools? Tonight: the maddening reality of a government that has given up, the awful truth of the cult of the AR-15, and author Jeff Sharlet on his new book describing what he calls America's "slow civil war.”
Guests: Jonathan Dienst, Tim O'Brien, Karen Friedman Agnifilo, Andrew Weissmann, Manuel Oliver, Charles BlowThe unnamed witness for the Trump grand jury is revealed, and the man who ran The National Enquirer goes under oath. Tonight: inquiring minds want to know, what does David Pecker's testimony mean for the timing of a possible Trump indictment? Then, Charles Blow on his time in Waco where the disgraced ex-president's campaign rally turned darker than ever. Then, the desperately sad, predictable response to yet another nightmare school shooting, this time in Tennessee.
Guests: Rick Tyler, Mona Charen, Ben Collins, Rep. Robert Garcia, Cornell Belcher, Maya Wiley, Cynthia AlksneAs Marjorie Taylor Greene's party tries to turn Trump's mob into martyrs, one of the Democrats who joined the Republicans on their field trip to a jail today joins live. Plus, after Trump warns of violence, the Manhattan district attorney receives a frightening threat. And new reporting that Trump's old chief of staff will have to testify in the Jan. 6 investigation.
Guests: Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Ryan Reilly, Tara Setmayer, George Conway, Glenn Kirschner, Karen Friedman Agnifilo, Alexandra Levine, Jonathan Capehart, Tim MillerIn the face of a pending criminal indictment, Donald trump does what he does best: posts about it on social media. Plus, as a New York indictment looms, the other investigations into Trump's misconduct continue to pick up steam. Then, the congressional clock is going "Tik Tok" for the Chinese social media app. But is the party about to stop? And as Trump pummels top contender DeSantis into submission, what's a "Never Don, never Ron" Republican to do?
Guests: Harry Litman, Barbara McQuade, Jeremey Saland, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Jen Psaki, Michael BeschlossThe Trump grand jury will reconvene in Manhattan tomorrow as the special counsel enters the chat. What today's extraordinary ruling from a federal appeals court could mean for charges in the documents probe. Then, what we know about the grand jury delay in Manhattan with a former prosecutor from that office. Plus, Rep. Ruben Gallego on the desperate Republican attempt to get their boss off the hook. And Jen Psaki and Michael Beschloss on an expanding Republican field as Trump support grows.
Guests: Jennifer Rubin, Paul Butler, Brendan Buck, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Jamelle Bouie, David Jolly, Donna EdwardsRepublican officials miss another chance to do the right thing. What does the possible indictment of Donald Trump reveal about the Republican Party? Then, the party of small government tries to investigate elected state officials for doing their jobs. And a swing and a miss for Florida governor Ron DeSantis—Why Donald Trump's potential indictment hasn't loosened his hold on the Republican Party presidential primary. Plus, Mike Pence sacrificed nearly everything to be Donald Trump's vice president. So why is there no place for him in the current GOP?
Guests: Jonathan Dienst, George Conway, Danya Perry, Ben Collins, Rep. Adam Schiff, Michael Steele, Mona Charen and John MeachamThe disgraced former president predicts his own indictment as the grand jury convenes and Team Trump makes a final push to persuade jurors. Tonight: as protective barricades go up in New York and in Washington, what we know about what's coming and when, the other major developments in Georgia and DC, the posturing of Trump allies in high office, and the ones battling him for a nomination. Chris Hayes has the latest.