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Guests: David Plouffe, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Stephanie Ruhle, Michael WeissThe MAGA establishment turns on one of their own. Tonight: why Fox News and Donald Trump are in a panic over a surging campaign in Pennsylvania. Then, why Kevin McCarthy still isn't ruling out testimony in the wake of his January 6th subpoena. Plus, why Republican politicians are actually calling for America to intentionally starve children amid the baby formula shortage. And new reporting on what we really know about those rumors surrounding Putin's health.
Guests: Rep. Eric Swalwell, Glenn Kirschner, Marc Elias, Abby LivingstonThe Jan. 6 committee subpoenas five sitting members of Congress—including the leader of Republicans. Tonight: what this escalation means for the investigation as the hearings approach—and what the committee now wants to know from Jordan, Perry, Biggs, Brooks, and McCarthy. Plus Marc Elias on his court victory to block Florida's racially gerrymandered congressional map. And what I learned from my bout with coronavirus that could end up helping you.
Guests: Jane Kleeb, Tim Miller, Symone Sanders, Ian Bassin, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, Quinta JurecicTonight: A new test of the Trump brand—and what it all means for November. Then, an update on the election worker targeted in 2020. Plus, Senator Stabenow on what the Senate is trying to do to protect abortion access. And is American democracy able to hold with Donald Trump returning to Twitter?
Guests: Defense Secretary Esper: Trump threatened American democracy , Rep. Ruben Gallego, Barbara McQuade, Sen. Tim Kaine, Josh Kaul, Dana NesselTonight: The people trying to stop Trump doing dangerous things—and the people outright encouraging it. Harrowing details on the final days of the last administration. Plus, are we getting any closer to an actual Trump indictment from the Justice Department? Then, the threat to reproductive freedom in dozens of states—and the local Democrats trying to hold it at bay. And as Putin celebrates his invasion of Ukraine, what is the U.S. trying to do about it?
Guests: Courtney Kube, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Ben Clements, Helene Cooper, Brian Fallon, Meagan Hatcher MaysDonald Trump's defense secretary reveals just how fascistic and barbaric the former president and Stephen Miller wanted to get. Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on the Esper revelations and Rudy Giuliani's no-show for a meeting with the January 6th committee. Plus, what today's ruling in the Marjorie Taylor Greene case means for her campaign with the attorney who took her to court. And as Democrats and activists organize, these are the people legislating what happens if Roe is overturned.
Guests: Ryan Reilly, Dahlia Lithwick, Dave Weigel, Ed YongIt is the closest contact yet between someone charged with seditious conspiracy and the President of the United States/ Tonight: Qhat we know about who Stewart Rhodes was talking to inside the White House. Then, new thinking about the mysterious source of the Supreme Court abortion draft. Plus, the desperate attempt to stop the Republican power grab with civil disobedience over the maps in Ohio. And checking in on the MAGA primary in the next big Senate race.
Guests: Rebecca Traister, Stacey Abrams, Samantha PowerHow Republicans managed to pull off such an unpopular move on abortion rights. Tonight: Rebecca Traister on what Democrats have to do now, Stacey Abrams on the need for action on the state level And Samantha Power on the threat to American democracy. Then, more trouble for McCarthy as new tapes emerge from the aftermath of January 6th.
Guests: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Steve Kornacki, Laurence Tribe, Melissa MurrayThe Supreme Court confirms the draft to overturn Roe v. Wade. Tonight: The anger, the outrage and the call to action with Senator Elizabeth Warren. Plus, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on her lawsuit to keep abortion legal in Michigan. And Melissa Murray and Laurence Tribe on why this draft shows this Court will not stop with Roe.
Guests: Tim Miller, Trip Gabriel, Kyle Cheney, Rep. Gregory Meeks, Irin CarmonPolitico reports the Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows. And the unofficial kickoff of the midterms is upon us—and does a primary endorsement count if you don't know the person's name? Then, a former member of the NYPD found guilty of assaulting a police officer at the Capitol riot. Plus, what we're learning from new invitations from the January 6th committee to Republican lawmakers. And the Pelosi delegation touches down in a war torn Kyiv to support Ukraine.
Guests: Stuart Stevens, Julie Millican, Rep. Elaine Luria, Dave WassermanTonight: A new barrage of salacious charges against Madison Cawthorn. Why Republicans are trying to defeat him, and how they've suddenly found a moral red line. Plus, the big news on the January 6th hearings, and new text messages from Mark Meadows showing Fox News Hosts instructing the White House in the wake of the election. And how is it that Stephen Miller's policies are still controlling immigration at the border—and why are Democrats allowing it?
Guests: Ilya Yablokov, Ron Fein, Jeff Stein, Dr. Julie MoritaThe White House announces massive new aid as bombs fall in Kyiv during a visit from the U.N. Secretary General. Tonight: The ominous signals from Russia as we approach a dangerous crossroads in Ukraine. Then, what we know about the other members of Congress allegedly implicated by Marjorie Taylor Greene, as the January 6th committee seeks interviews with more Republican members. Plus, Mitt Romney enters the debate over student loan cancellation with bribery allegations—and that's a good thing.
Guests: McKay Coppins, Adam Serwer, Jacqueline Alemany, Natalie Alison, Helene CooperTonight: Decoding the Republican free speech fearmongering. Here's a hint: It's not about freedom. Then, the January 6th committee looks at Marjorie Taylor Greene's martial law remarks. Plus, what everyone needs to know about the Covid treatment the Vice President is taking. And what we know about the state of Russia's military as the Pentagon gets bullish on victory for Ukraine.
Guests: Rep. Eric Swalwell, Kyle Cheney, James Pogue, Charles BlowTonight: The explosive new tapes and how McCarthy and Scalise went from fearing the Sedition Caucus to trying to kill the January 6th investigation. Then, more mind-bending election conspiracy theories in newly released texts to Trump's chief of staff. And how to explain the absurd conservative celebration of Elon Musk's bid to buy twitter.
Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Jill Wine-Banks, Matthew MillerBombshell text messages and new filings from the January 6th committee. Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on new revelations about the Secret Service, why Mike Pence refused to leave the Capitol with them, and what we're learning from thousands of text messages from Trump's Chief of Staff. Then, big new fines for Donald Trump as he's held in civil contempt in New York. And what we know about the top tier Biden officials making a big show of support in Ukraine.
Guests: Ben Clements, David Jolly, Jill Wine-Banks, Harry Litman, Marc CaputoTonight: Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted with reality in a Georgia court—and you will not believe the things she can't remember. Plus, new lies and blockbuster new recordings of the leader of Republicans in the house. And why the people of Florida will pay as Ron DeSantis tries to cancel Disney.
Guests: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Rick Hasen, Dana Nessel, Andrei Kozyrev, Judd LegumAs Donald Trump Jr. gets his date with the January 6th committee, new reporting on how Republican leaders left Democrats to deal with Trump. Then, what the new U.S. shipment of arms to Ukraine means for the war. And Florida cancels math text books for allegedly indoctrinating youth with critical race theory—and refused to provide evidence. The reporter who tracked down the books joins us, and you will be shocked to learn what's NOT in them.
Guests: Jason Blazakis, Luke Broadwater, Ron Fein, Symone Sanders, Corbin TrentAs Russia begins a new assault on Eastern Ukraine, new sanctions—and more weapons from the United States. But is America considering every option to help end the suffering. Then, the lawsuit to kick Marjorie Taylor Greene off the ballot will go forward, and the lawyer who will cross examine the Congresswoman joins us live. And did a Michigan lawmaker just give Democrats a blueprint for beating back right-wing culture war attacks?
Guests: Janai Nelson, Dr. Vin Gupta, Brandy Zadrozny, Marie Yovanovitch, Hugo LowellA federal judge, appointed by a twice-impeached ex-president and deemed "unqualified" by the Bar Association, overrules the Center for Disease Control. So what happens now that the mask mandate for public transit is lifted? Then, as Putin's war enters a new phase and the U.S. sends more heavy weapons, former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch on how we got here. Plus, bombshell text messages from the criminal conspiracy trial of an Oath Keeper—why were they so concerned about protecting Donald Trump's favorite doctor turned member of Congress?
Guests: Shane Goldmacher, Carlos Curbelo, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Yevheniia Kravchuk, Molly Jong-FastTonight: How the twice impeached ex-president has turned himself into a modern day party boss—and how he's cashing in at Mar-a-Lago. Also, can Republicans really take back power with a plan to raise your taxes? And what are the Democrats doing to try and stop them? Plus, conservative cancel culture rages in Florida where math books are ludicrously being accused of advancing critical race theory. And from the congressman who resigned after a felony indictment to the Utah senator who helped Trump try and overturn the election—how Republicans get away with nonstop scandals by just "flooding the zone.”
Guests: Jacqueline Alemany, Harry Litman, Evan McMullin, Helene Cooper, Marc Caputo, Elie MystalExplosive new reporting on new texts released by the January 6th committee. Why was Senator Mike Lee demanding the Kraken Lawyer get access to Donald Trump? Tonight: What these newly released texts say about the early days of Trump's coup. Then, the furious response from Russia as the Pentagon confirms their flagship vessel was sunk by Ukrainian missiles. Plus, renewed outrage, as Florida joins the states that are trying to ban abortion. And he's a no-show for his own primary debates, so why is Herschel Walker challenging Elie Mystal to one?
Guests: Phillip Atiba Goff, Peter Moskos, Masha Gessen, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Stuart StevensFrom the subway in Brooklyn to the police shooting in Michigan—the intensifying debate about crime, policing, and justice in America. Tonight: What is policing for? And what do we want police to do? Then, the flagship of Russia's Black Sea fleet is at the bottom of the sea: the sinking of the Moskva—and what it means for the war. Plus, Rep. Jamie Raskin on the endgame for the January 6th committee as Stephen Miller comes in for his interview. And guess which major political party led by an aspiring autocrat just withdrew from the Commission on Presidential Debates?
Guests: Luke Broadwater, Samuel Shamansky, Justin Miller, Courtney Kube, Paul KrugmanTonight: Explosive reporting from the New York Times—a one-time Roger Stone associate on tape executing the Trump playbook. Then, the attorney arguing Donald Trump made his client storm the Capitol joins live. Plus, what we're now learning about the man charged with the shooting spree inside a Brooklyn subway car. And Paul Krugman on the latest inflation numbers—and whether it can possibly come back down before Election Day.
Guests: David Kirkpatrick, Kate Kelly, Nicholas Wu, Robert Draper, Rep. Joe NeguseTonight: Explosive new reporting from the New York Times on the Saudi government's massive investment in the Trump family. Then, how to make a criminal referral without really doing it: the latest on the major decisions bearing down on the January 6th committee. Plus, stark new warnings from Fiona Hill and others about another Trump term. And how the government attack on trans families is already harming actual victims of child abuse.
Guests: Sen. Cory Booker, Timothy Snyder, Kate Conger, Rebecca RoipheTonight: History is made in the Senate where Ketanji Brown Jackson is finally confirmed. Then, as the Kremlin finally admits devastating losses, Timothy Snyder on whether a complete defeat of the Russian military is the only way out of this conflict. Plus, what we're learning from the announcement that the U.S. secretly neutralized a global Russian cyberattack. And what we know about the Manhattan DA's new statement about the ongoing criminal investigation of Donald Trump.
Guests: Brandy Zadrozny, State Sen. London Lamar, Courtney Kube, Harry Litman, Ryan ReillyTonight: The hateful smears keep coming, as Republicans advance a controversial new marriage law in Tennessee. Then, as the allegations of war crimes grow, how Ukraine won an improbably victory in the battle for Kyiv. And the House passes two criminal referrals for Trump cronies. And new reporting on the lack of federal prosecutors for the "hundreds" of January 6th rioters that have yet to be charged.
Guests: Stuart Stevens, Charlie Blow, Kathryn Stoner, Kenneth Roth, Rep. Jamie RaskinTonight: The new Republican tactic of smearing everyone who disagrees with them as supporting pedophilia. Then, the allegations of war crimes grow as we get new insight into the chilling pretense of what Russia means when they say they want to "denazify" Ukraine. Plus, the January 6thcommittee says Ivanka Trump is "answering questions" about her father's role in the insurrection.
Guests: Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, Michael Newton, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Rep. Elaine Luria, Jeremy PetersTonight: The world sees what a retreating Russian army left behind. Then, the American right roots on autocrats as another strongman chokes off democracy. And as criminal referrals move forward for Navarro and Scavino move forward, is a potential Trump criminal referral necessary for justice? Plus, today's tie vote on Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court. And meet familiar face applying to be leader of the House Republican MAGA caucus.
Guests: Asawin Suebsaeng, Jane Mayer, Clint Watts, Olivia Beavers, Derrick PalmerTonight: New reporting on the influence Ginni Thomas peddled inside the White House—as her husband ruled on Trump cases. Then, what we know about who is actually winning this war. Plus, why the intra-party fight over Madison Cawthorn's cocaine orgy claims won't die. And inside one of the biggest labor victories in decades as Amazon workers in New York vote to unionize.
Guests: Rep. Pete Aguilar, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Joyce Vance, Andrei Kozyrev, Secy. Jennifer Granholm, Mark Joseph SternThe January 6th committee speaks to their first Trump family member, as the DOJ probe approaches Trump's inner circle. Tonight: Why Trump's former caddie may be the key to the investigation. What we know about what's really happening to the Russian army. Plus, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on today's White House announcement to drive down gas prices. And from Florida's governor to Fox News: how the conservative movement decided to reopen their front on queer people.
Guests: Jacqueline Alemany, Rep. Adam Schiff, Michael Schmidt, Sudarsan Raghavan, George ConwayNew reporting from the Washington Post that the Justice Department has widened the January 6th investigation beyond what we know. Tonight: Congressman Adam Schiff on what this expansion means, who the grand jury is talking to, and new reporting on the missing White House call logs. Then, George Conway on the ex-president's crimes and his slipping grip on the party. Plus, the backlash after Madison Cawthorn said his Republican colleagues invited him to orgies and used cocaine.And why Ukraine's president says his country is at a "turning point"—and what we know about what's actually happening on the ground in Kyiv.
Guests: Jacqueline Alemany, Rep. Elaine Luria, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Ian Bassin, Yevheniya KravchukWho did the Trump call and when did he call them? Blockbuster new evidence from the January 6th committee showing a missing record of White House phone calls on the day of the insurrection. Tonight: What we know about the disappearing records and what they could tell us about criminal intent. Plus, as the Ginni Thomas scandal grows, new calls for recusal and the resignation of a Supreme Court justice with Senator Elizabeth Warren. And what we really know about peace talks between Russia and Ukraine—and why the U.S. government remains skeptical.
Guests: Cal Perry, Yevheniya Kravchuk, Amb. William Taylor, Jane Mayer, Rick Hasen, Nina KhrushchevaBiden visits Poland amid the Russian invasion of its neighbor. Tonight: the personal, political, and global stakes for Zelenskyy, Ukraine, and the world order. Then, new revelations that the wife of Justice Clarence Thomas used a direct line to the White House to push overturning the 2020 election. And how Putin's war is undoing decades of prosperity in his own country—by way of a McDonalds in Moscow.
Guests: Tim Snyder, Cal Perry, Joseph Cirincione, John Harris, Stuart Thompson, Judith Browne DianisBiden heads to Europe to shore up the alliance against Vladimir Putin. Tonight: Why this is a pivotal moment in history as Ukrainians make ground against the Russian army. Then, the whiff of QAnon in the Republican attacks against Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. And Mo Brooks spilling more dirt as he splits with Donald Trump.
Guests: Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Paul Butler, Angela Robinson, Cal Perry, Kurt Volker, Jane Burbank, Vaughn HillyardTonight: Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation continues—and so does the Republican nonsense. Then the president lands in Brussels as Ukraine's army surges and Russian losses mount. Plus, a high level defection from the Kremlin, and the grand theory pushing Putin to war. And an NBC News Exclusive: Just what exactly was Donald Trump asking Congressman Mo Brooks to do?
Guests: Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Ali Arouzi, Samantha Power, Melissa Murray, Elie MystalTonight: The historic confirmation hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Then, the increasingly desperate actions in Ukraine as Russia re-ups the nuclear threat.
Guests: Sudarsan Rughavan, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Jacob Soboroff, Janai Nelson, Dahlia LithwickTonight: the next phase of the invasion as Russian troops stall. Plus, harrowing story from Mariupol: the journalists targeted by Russia for reporting on civilians under attack. Then, the other crisis looming: how the war is threatening the global food supply. And a historic day on Capitol Hill—the Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Guests: Amb. Daniel Fried, Edward Wong, Courtney Kube, Tymofiy Mylovanov, Irina Borogan, Ben CollinsTonight: A bleak assessment of Russia's willingness to negotiate, as Putin's troops grind closer to Kyiv. Then, the split in the Republican Party as the old guard tries to squash the pro-Putin fringe. And as Russia steps up its attacks on civilians in Ukraine, a direct appeal to Russian soldiers from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Guests: Cal Perry, Sen. Tim Kaine, Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Jamil Jaffer, Vladimir Kara-Murza, Brian KlaasA direct appeal from the President of Ukraine—and a promise of more military aid from the President of the United States. Tonight: As Russia continues to bombard Ukraine, is there finally some movement on peace talks? Plus: the sanctions taking effect as Putin says Russia is getting cancelled by the West.
Guests: Cal Perry, Anand Gopal, Michael Weiss, Masha Gessen, Amb. William TaylorEuropean leaders head into the war zone to meet with Zelenskyy, as apartment buildings burn in Kyiv. Tonight: How Russian brutality over several years and multiple countries have brought us to a global reckoning. Then, Masha Gessen on the resistance to propaganda on TV in Russia. And former ambassador Bill Taylor on China, Biden, and any hope for a diplomatic solution.
Guests: Sen. Chris Murphy, Cal Perry, Helene Cooper, Tikhon Dzyadko, Julie Ioffe, Justin MillerThe Russian resistance is televised on Russian TV, as clampdown on speech continues in the public square, and the attack on Ukrainian cities intensifies. Tonight: the intense American appeal to prevent China from bailing Russia out and what we know about whether Russia is accomplishing their objectives on the ground. Then, the American news anchor being used as propaganda. And a new report on how the first generation of Ukrainian citizens born into independence are recording the Russian invasion.
Guests: Ben Collins, Edward Wong, Finley Muratova, Sebastian Junger, Cal Perry, Mona CharenFrom Fox News, to the United Nations security council: How Russia is trying to legitimize its propaganda. Then, new sanctions against Russia. Plus, as Russian troops move to encircle Kyiv, how Ukrainian soldiers are managing to fight back.
Guests: Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Sergei Leshchenko, Inna Borzylo Nelles, Cal Perry, Marie YovanovitchTonight: New calls for an investigation into Russian war crimes as Putin and his top diplomat try to run the same propaganda play they ran in Syria. Plus, the latest on the ground in Ukraine—Russian tanks now reportedly ten miles from Kyiv. Then, the last American ambassador to Ukraine who testified at Donald Trump's first impeachment joins us live.
Guests: Cal Perry, Adm. James Stavridis, Oleksandr Tkachenko, Jack Crosbie, Ellison Barber, Samantha GrossThe Russian bombardment continues and the Secretary of State gives a stark assessment of Putin's plan. Tonight: how to think about the Russian attack two weeks in. Then, a reporter's journey out of Ukraine with Rolling Stone's Jack Crosbie. Plus, a member of the Zelenskyy cabinet on how their government is maintaining control. And the latest on the mass exodus of refugees into Poland and beyond, and America's search to replace Russian oil from Saudi Arabia, UAE and Venezuela.
Listen to a special preview of the first episode of “Future Of” from MSNBC's Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast. Seismic, and in some cases, irreversible changes have taken place since the dawn of the fossil fuel age. Compounded by a pandemic, these changes will continue to impact every facet of our lives. What's in store for rapidly evolving areas like innovation, energy, and entertainment? How have the social media revolution and COVID crisis affected our personal relationships, and how might this time influence our friendships in the future? Will the next few years look remotely like the present day?In this four-part miniseries, Chris Hayes speaks with leading experts in their respective fields to unpack these questions and explore the changes we're facing. Listen to the first episode featuring Seth Meyers on the Future of Entertainment, and subscribe to the series: https://link.chtbl.com/with_futureof_drop
Tonight: The Russian tactics in Ukraine and the U.S. response. Then, the ban on Russian fossil fuel—and the massive effect it could have. Plus, the worsening refugee crisis in Europe as two million Ukrainians flee the country. And as Ukraine's president once again pleads for Western help, what a "no-fly zone" would actually mean in Ukraine.
Guests: Oleksandr Akymenko, Ben Rhodes, Oleksandra Ustinova, Senator Jeff Merkley, Peter PomerantsevTonight: Civilians under attack in Ukraine, the desperate attempt to flee the Russian bombardment, and the growing refugee crisis in Ukraine. Then, exactly where the Russian army is right now as they move to encircle Kyiv. Plus, the cost of dissent in Russia—and the cost of relying on corrupt regimes for energy.
Guests: Cal Perry, Julia Ioffe, Dan Dicker, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, Kareem Abdul-JabbarTonight: New alarms across the globe after Russian attacks on a nuclear power plant. And the Ukrainian President rallies support in cities across Europe. Then, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman on how the past several years of American politics helped lead to this moment. Plus, what really happens if America cuts off Russian oil? And the legendary Kareem Abdul Jabbar on the incredible influence of international sports on war.
Guests: David Remnick, Amb. William Taylor, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Barbara McQuadeTonight: The bombs keep falling in Ukraine leaving a wake of destruction and death—and the humanitarian crisis grows. New signs that the economic war being waged on Russia is taking a massive toll. Then, Ambassador Bill Taylor on the American politics surrounding Ukraine that led us to this moment. Plus, Congressman Jamie Raskin on his committee's explicit declaration that Donald Trump may have committed crimes on January 6th. And former prosecutor Barbara McQuade on the evidence of Donald Trump's fraudulent intent.