Jan. 6 Committee Co-Chairs Rep. Thompson and Rep. Cheney appeared before the Rules Committee to make their case for holding Bannon in contempt. Also, as negotiations over key Biden agenda items continue today, Sen. Manchin emphatically denied a report that he was considering leaving the Democratic Party. And a test vote on a voting rights bill failed in the Senate. Ashley Parker, Lisa Lerer, Joyce Vance, James Carville, Mike Murphy and Dr. Stephen Sample join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the January 6th committee's vote to refer Steve Bannon for contempt. Plus, the White House announces its plans to roll out Pfizer vaccines for kids, the gunman in the Parkland shooting pleads guilty, Republicans refuse to hold debate on voting rights legislation, and Biden returns to his hometown. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, A.B. Stoddard, Robert Costa, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Dr. Michael Osterholm, Fred Guttenberg, Ari Berman, Michael Steele, Ashley Parker, and Rick StengelNOTE: This episode is shorter due to the president's remarks
After speaker Pelosi pledged a Thursday vote on Biden's infrastructure plan, a divide between progressives and Sens. Manchin and Sinema seemed to completely derail that plan. We discuss with and much more with Shannon Pettypiece, Ashley Parker, Robert Costa, Juanita Tolliver, Matthew Dowd, and Dr. Vin Gupta.
The House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection has subpoenas for Trump insiders Steve Bannon, Mark Meadows, Dan Scavino, and Kashyap Patel. Plus, Maricopa County, AZ announced late tonight that a draft report of the GOP-backed so-called audit confirms Biden's 2020 win in that county. Joining to discuss that and more is Ashley Parker, Clint Watts, Barbara McQuade, Robert Gibbs, Michael Steele, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Washington DC bracing for the ‘Justice for J6' rally. Plus, a New Hampshire Republican lawmaker quits his party, Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers subpoena voters' personal information, Biden argues for raising taxes on the wealthy, the January 6th committee says it will review Gen. Milley's actions around the insurrection, an FDA meeting on booster shots is set for tomorrow, the White House fights back against vaccine disinformation, and an indictment comes out of the Durham investigation.Joined by: Michael Steele, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Kristofer Goldsmith, Nick Confessore, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, Ashley Parker, Tom Nichols, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Phil Rucker, Jonathan Lemire, Dr. Ashish Jha, and Michael Schmidt
Monday night saw President Biden head to California to stump for Gov. Gavin Newsom who is facing a recall vote. Washington will no doubt watch the vote carefully for any insight the results might provide about 2022 midterms and beyond. Ashley Parker, Lisa Lerer, Frank Figliuzzi, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Matthew Dowd, and Dr. Kavita Patel join to discuss that and much more.
Get ready for THE TRUE NORTH COLLECTIVE℠ PODCAST: SEASON 4! With co-hosts Rachel Bellotti (she/her) and Jenell Riesner (she/her), this is a gathering of un-sugar-coated conversations celebrating the untold stories of everyday people fearlessly finding and living their true north. In our own search to discover and live from our TRUE NORTH, we continue to meet many interesting, courageous people from all walks of life, doing all sorts of amazing things to live life in their own unique way. Stories from all over the world. Stories with heart. Stories with grit. Stories with plot twists. Stories going untold - until now. This season, we continue to celebrate these untold stories of everyday people who are fearlessly living their true north and inspiring each of us to do the same. In today's episode, we're so excited to talk to Ashley Parker, founder of A Splash of Ash, who's made it her mission to inspire individuals to live their best lives while being their best selves. With her master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, she shares actionable mindset shifts to help you change your every day, which in turn will change your life. Check out A Splash of Ash Podcast on Apple + Spotify, as well as her blog, newsletter, + merch. And be sure to check out the episode where Ashley interviews THE TRUE NORTH COLLECTIVE! In this episode, we wrestle with: Making friends through fitness Soft, tender strength Putting yourself in a box Judgment vs preference Making things about you that aren't about you Holding the grey, disrupting old dynamics + having hard convos Be who you want to be Wrestling with our experiences Owning your shit Ashley is relatable, down-to-earth, + will make you feel like you've been friends forever. Get comfortable, settle into your space, + enjoy this deep, yet light conversation about owning your shit.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Justice Department announcing a lawsuit against Texas's abortion law. Plus, Washington D.C. is on alert once again for the threat posed by Trump supporters, a GOP governor slams crazy anti-vaccine ideas, former Trump officials are ordered to leave military boards, Biden's latest efforts to combat the delta variant and increase vaccinations, and two legal heavyweights are teaming up to protect election workers. Joined by: Katie Benner, state Rep. Donna Howard, Neal Katyal, Eugene Daniels, Clint Watts, Charlie Sykes, A.B. Stoddard, Ashley Parker, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, Stephanie Ruhle and Barbara McQuade
Nicolle Wallace discusses Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy threatening companies that comply with requests from the 1/6 select committee. Plus, a near-complete ban on abortion in Texas, GOP disinformation on the Afghanistan withdrawal, the ongoing fight for voting rights, Biden meets with the president of Ukraine, and a wildfire rages at Lake Tahoe. Joined by: Rep. Eric Swalwell, Tim Miller, Eugene Daniels, state Rep. Donna Howard, Katie Barlow, Steve Schmidt, Eddie Glaude, John Heilemann, Nick Corasaniti, Neal Katyal, Ashley Parker, and Jacob Ward
In a speech to the nation, the president offered a strong defense of his Afghanistan withdrawal policy despite continued criticism from both sides of the aisle. Biden also again lauded the military in his remarks. We discuss that and much more with Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Ben Rhodes, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Juanita Tolliver, and Matthew Dowd.
Whether you like him or hate him, Joe Biden is the President of the United States and Donald Trump is not. If this is the first time hearing this, you may want to sit down and brace yourself for how Trump lost the 2020 election. We talk this week with a man who has spent considerable time with the former President, and probably knows why Donald Trump didn't get a second term. In his recent book, "Frankly, We Did Win This Election" Michael Bender, reporter for the Wall Street Journal chronicles the last year of Trump's presidency and highlights some of the significant moments that convinced the country to make a different choice for who they want as President. With carefully sourced interviews and conversations with Trump himself, Michael provides the reader of his book with an inside look at the chaos, confusion, and even compassion, that existed in the White House during Trump's tenure. This is a phenomenal read, that we highly recommend you buy. Trust me on this!Guest Bio:MICHAEL C. BENDER is the senior White House reporter for the Wall Street Journal whose coverage of President Trump has been recognized for its deep sourcing, balance, and valuable behind-the-scenes portraits of Trump's administration and presidential campaigns. Bender was awarded the Gerald R. Ford Foundation Journalism Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency in 2019 for work that “set a consistently high standard of reporting” and “provided a valuable chronicle of the president, his team, and the movement that has reshaped American politics and national policy.” In 2020, he received the National Press Club award for political analysis for a series of stories that detailed the sights, sounds, and inner workings of Trump campaign rallies. Since 2000, Bender has covered local, state, and national politics for the Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction, Colorado, Dayton Daily News, Palm Beach Post, Tampa Bay Times, and Bloomberg News. He joined the Journal in 2016 and published more than eleven hundred stories about Trump in the next five years. He has also served as an on-air political analyst for CNN. Born and raised in Cleveland with his six younger sisters, Bender graduated from the Ohio State University in 2000 with a degree in history and now lives in Washington with his wife, Washington Post White House bureau chief Ashley Parker, and their two daughters.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/faithpolitics)
Health officials say that five states, California, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, and Texas, account for 46% of all new Covid cases as hospitalizations rate surge among unvaccinated Americans. We're joined by Ashley Parker, Michael Osterholm, Frank Figliuzzi, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Cornell Belcher, and Stuart Stevens.
Trump's 2017 inaugural chairman, Tom Barrack, has been arrested and charged with being a foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates. Plus a new study that finds the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is not as effective at protecting against the Delta variant. Brian Williams discusses that and more with Ashley Parker, Sam Stein, Barbara McQuade, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Cornell Belcher, and Matthew Dowd.
Ali Velshi and Jason Johnson, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss Democratic Senators holding a voting rights hearing in Georgia. Plus, the first felony defendant in the Capitol riot is sentenced to 8 months in prison, the White House battles vaccine disinformation, the U.S. accuses China of a massive cyberattack on Microsoft, the ongoing threat of the former president, new shootings highlight the inaction on gun reform from Congress, and Los Angeles reinstates its mask mandate. Joined by: Garrett Haake, Ashley Parker, Olivia Troye, Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, Rep. Gerry Connolly, Dr. Kavita Patel, Frank Figliuzzi, Bob Pisani, Eddie Glaude, Christina Greer, Greg Bluestein, Scott MacFarlane, Jake Sherman, Charlie Sykes, and Cal Perry
Civil Rights leaders met with Pres. Biden and Vice Pres. Harris pushing the White House to react as Republicans continue to push laws aimed at voter suppression. Plus some ultra conservative Republicans are likening the Biden administration's push to get Americans vaccinated to Nazi Germany tactics. Joining the program are Ashley Parker, Jonathan Lemire, Melissa Murray, Adm. James Stavridis (Ret.), Eugene Robinson, and Matthew Dowd.
Nicolle Wallace discusses marking the six month anniversary of the Capitol insurrection. Plus, white supremacists have an ally in Congress, what clues to take from the indictment of the Trump Organization, Biden announces efforts to increase vaccination rates, how the Big Lie is featuring as a central message in 2022 GOP campaigns, Republican efforts to launch a 2020 audit in Pennsylvania, the growing pushback to opposition to critical race theory, breaking news in the investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz's associate, and the latest on the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. Joined by: Eugene Daniels, Olivia Troye, Clint Watts, Donny Deutsch, David Fahrenthold, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, Ashley Parker, David Jolly, Eddie Glaude, Josh Shapiro, Tom Winter, and Vaughn Hillyard
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Trump Organization and its CFO getting indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney. Plus, Biden visits with families of the victims of the building collapse in Surfside, Florida, the Supreme Court upholds Arizona's voting restrictions, Speaker Pelosi names Rep. Cheney and 7 Democrats to the select committee to investigate January 6th, and Rep. McCarthy wants to investigate a evidence-free claim from Fox News. Joined by: Daniel Goldman, Yamiche Alcindor, David Cay Johnston, Ari Melber, David Plouffe, Neal Katyal, Michael Schmidt, Ashley Parker, Michael Bromwich, Jason Johnson, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Kim Atkins Stohr, Ari Berman, and Ben Rhodes
Without the use of Twitter, Trump issued a statement - clearly authored by him - in response to looming criminal charges against his business. Plus, in a new interview Trump's former attorney general Bill Barr now says that Trump's claims of election fraud were "bulls--t." MSNBC's Brian Williams is joined by Ashley Parker, Jonathan Karl, Barbara McQuade, Juanita Tolliver, Tim Miller, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia.
Nicolle Wallace discusses President Biden addressing the rise in crime across the country. Plus, reporting reveals that some of the Saudis who murdered Jamal Khashoggi received paramilitary training in the U.S., Speaker Pelosi set to announce this week the next steps on investigating January 6th, more proof that the big lie is a lie, Gen. Mark Milley fires back at GOP disinformation, and the attorney general says an inspector general is best positioned to review the Trump-era Justice Department.Joined by: Ashley Parker, Robert Gibbs, Cedric Alexander, Mark Mazzetti, Rep. Jim Himes, Jocelyn Benson, Michael Eric Dyson, Tim Miller, and Barbara McQuade
Voting rights, infrastructure, and more will take center stage on Capitol Hill this week as Democrats try to get any compromise from Republicans on the Biden agenda -- or decide to go it alone. Plus, is a rising star in the Republican Party threatening Trump's dominance in the GOP? We discuss that and more with Julie Pace, Ashley Parker, CK Hoffler, David Plouffe, Tim Miller, and Dr. Kavita Patel.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the power grab by Republicans to take control of future elections. Plus, what's next for the DOJ's investigations into January 6th, new scrutiny on Trump's pandemic response, the U.S. weighs more sanctions on Russia, a wild election conspiracy involving Italy and satellites, the fight in Texas to preserve the right to vote, tracking the Trump Organization CFO as New York investigators ramp up pressure, and the increasing security threats Rep. Liz Cheney is facing.Joined by: Eugene Daniels, Nick Corasaniti, Claire McCaskill, Scott MacFarlane, Carol Leonnig, Jonathan Lemire, Dr. Vin Gupta, Ben Rhodes, Matthew Dowd, Ashley Parker, Frank Figliuzzi, Kimberly Atkins Stohr, David Fahrenthold, and Mark Leibovich
Join my beautiful guest, Ashley Parker, and I as we uncover all the lessons we were not taught in school and how we learned them out here in the real world! Ashley received her M.S.(Masters of Science) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University! She is also the host of A Splash of Ash podcast which is dedicated to sharing actionable lifestyle changes to nurture your mind, body and soul in order to achieve a greater self worth. We cover the importance of learning self-awareness, how this correlates to confidence along with the damage of habitually critical self-talk. We share our morning routines and what we do to add a little more light to all of our days! :) Follow Ashley: IG: a_splashofash PODCAST: A Splash of Ash WEBSITE: https://splashofash.co/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crookedillness/support
Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio) discuss the future of bipartisanship and President Biden's infrastructure plan. Fiona Hill breaks down the Biden-Putin summit. Ashley Parker, Cornell Belcher, Brad Todd and Amna Nawaz join the Meet the Press roundtable.
Voting rights legislation, the filibuster, and the Biden domestic agenda all seem to hang in the balance on the vote of one member of Biden's own party: West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin. Plus, Trump returns to the political stage at a Republican event in North Carolina. Joining the program is Ashley Parker, Anna Palmer, Michael Crowley, Don Calloway, Matthew Dowd, and Dr. Murtaza Akhter.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the commitment by Republicans to block President Biden’s popular agenda. Plus, Facebook bans Donald Trump for 2 years, Capitol Police officers speak out about January 6th, the increasing threat of cyberattacks, Arizona’s phony ballot audit, a new government report on UFOs, and new developments in the criminal investigation into the Trump OrganizationJoined by: Garrett Haake, Donna Edwards, Sam Stein, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Scott MacFarlane, Clint Watts, Chris Krebs, Ashley Parker, Katie Hobbs, Missy Ryan, and Harry Litman
Nicolle Wallace discusses reporting that Pennslyvania Republicans are calling for an audit in their state similar to what’s happening in Arizona. Plus, a second January 6th rioter has reached a plea deal with the Justice Department, the White House is set to send millions of covid vaccines overseas, yet another news outlet finds out the Trump Justice Department sought records from its reporters, new legal trouble for Rep. Matt Gaetz, and the NFL says it will stop a racist practice called 'race-norming'. Joined by: Tim Miller, Frank Figliuzzi, Yamiche Alcindor, Josh Shapiro, Eugene Daniels, Ashley Parker, Dr. Kavita Patel, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Peter Strzok, Michael Shear, David Jolly, and Kevin Blackistone
Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard Fast links to Bios: Joseph – Stephen “Ripped from Today's Headlines!” That could be an appropriate 1950's alternate title for our show tonight — as I have both Steve Bassett and Dr. Joseph Buchman on for the evening, two seasoned “Disclosure veterans” to brainstorm (among other things …) the amazing “transition” that the once all-but-taboo subject of “UFOs” has undergone, in accelerating numbers of mainstream media and press, in just the last few weeks. The Washington Post (!) — that bastion of political conservatism and news coverage in Washington DC — featured a MAJOR, totally “straight” story just a couple days ago — written by the paper's White House Bureau Chief herself, Ashley Parker! The story briefly covered not only the turgid ~70-plus-year-modern history of “UFOs” (renamed by the current Pentagon “UAPs — Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon”), but gave the (literal!) last word to “our own” [...]
With just over a month until Independence Day, the Biden administration is shifting its effort to get more Americans vaccinated into high gear. Plus, there are new reports that Trump remains obsessed over his election loss and the so-called ballot 'audits' happening that hold no legal sway -- but has no strategy for what's next. Joining the program is Ashley Parker, Errin Haines, Frank Figliuzzi, Eugene Robinson, Mike Murphy, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia.
Scientists ask for a fact-based debate over the origins of the pandemic. Manchin and Sinema ask Republicans to be reasonable. Surprise! They were all very disappointed. Akilah Hughes is back to break down the week's news. Ashley Parker of the Washington Post stops by to talk about how the Biden White House works. And we quiz a listener on some of the most absurd scare tactics used by Fox News from red meat to mask mandates. A Grand Jury in New York? Terrific. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Washington Post was first to break the news that the Manhattan DA has convened a grand jury in the criminal investigation of the Trump Organization. Trump quickly responded with a lengthy statement blasting the developments. Plus, the GOP's fallout over Marjorie Taylor Greene's Holocaust comments continues. Joining the program are Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Barbara McQuade, James Carville, Michael Steele, and Dr. Irwin Redlener.
Exactly 175 House Republicans voted against creating a bipartisan commission to investigation the Trump-incited Capitol insurrection. Now a prominent GOP senator admitted his colleagues are worried about the political implications the probe could have. Plus, Biden is facing even more pressure to speak out as the fighting between Israel and Hamas continues. We discuss that and more with Ashley Parker, Lisa Lerer, Katie Benner, Baratunde Thurston, Mike Murphy, and Michael Beschloss.
More and more, Republicans are standing behind Trump who is still attacking the 2020 election and are poised to oust Liz Cheney from GOP House leadership for daring to tell the truth about it. Plus tensions between Israelis and Palestinians continue to worsen killing at least 33 people. We discuss that and much more with Ashley Parker, Charlotte Alter, Jeremy Bash, Baratunde Thurston, Bill Kristol, and Dr. Irwin Redlener.
Trump reemerged on Monday to again attack the 2020 election results calling Biden's legitimate 2020 election win 'the big lie' using the phrase Trump's critics use to describe his attacks on his race with Biden. Plus, what are the chances the U.S. won't hit herd immunity? We discuss that and more with Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Melissa Murray, Cornell Belcher, Michael Steele, and Michael Osterholm.
Nicolle Wallace discusses former Republican standard-bearers under fire as the party shows its loyalty to Trump. Plus, Rudy Giuliani’s legal troubles continue after the FBI’s raid, a school in Miami bans newly-vaccinated teachers from being near students, Biden heads to Virginia to tout his infrastructure plan, the latest from Arizona’s audit of 2020 results, concerns of future domestic extremism attacks, the long road to undo one of Trump's cruelest policies, and why the U.S. is not likely to reach herd immunity soon.Joined by: Ashley Parker, Charlie Sykes, Claire McCaskill, Frank Figliuzzi, Andrew Weissmann, Colleen Wright, Vaughn Hillyard, Phil Rucker, Michael Steele, Ryan Randazzo, Clint Watts, A.C. Thompson, Jacob Soboroff, Jacob Ward, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia
Nicolle Wallace discusses federal authorities raiding Rudy Giuliani's home and office. Plus, a member of the DC police speaks out about January 6, a look ahead to Biden's address before Congress, and how Democrats can capitalize on the GOP culture wars.Joined by: Michael Schmidt, Peter Strzok, Daniel Goldman, Rep. Adam Schiff, Joy Reid, Ashley Parker, Tim Miller, Chuck Rosenberg, Frank Figliuzzi, Jason Johnson, Matthew Dowd, Eugene Robinson, and Anita Dunn
White House sources are telling NBC News that when Biden gives his address to a joint session of Congress that key portions will speak to racial justice and policing in America. Plus, we make sense of the CDC's new guidelines for wearing masks outdoors and more. Joining the program are Ashley Parker, Carol Leonnig, Melissa Murray, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Mark McKinnon, and David Plouffe.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the economic rebound under President Biden, the momentum behind the push for police reform, Senator Ted Cruz’s ties to right-wing groups, the CDC recommends resuming use of the J&J vaccine, the GOP continues to be out of step on voting rights, the latest in the Justice Department’s investigation into the Capitol riot, and the Biden administration’s efforts to get Americans back to work.Joined by: Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Donny Deutsch, Dr. Uche Blackstock, Reverend Al Sharpton, Jason Johnson, Heidi Przybyla, Donna Edwards, Eugene Robinson, Matthew Miller, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, Frank Figliuzzi, and Secretary Marty Walsh
After just over 10 hours of deliberation, the jury found Derek Chauvin guilty on all 3 charges in the murder of George Floyd. Following the verdict, Floyd’s family and protesters expressed relief, but renewed calls for systemic police reform. Pres. Biden encouraged Congress to take up the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, saying the guilty verdict alone is “not enough.” Ashley Parker, Paul Butler, Marilyn Mosby, Carmen Best, Chuck Rosenberg, Baratunde Thurston and Jason Johnson join.
Protesters in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, clashed with police ahead of a 10PM local curfew on the third night following the police shooting death of Daunte Wright, a 20 year old Black man killed in a routine traffic stop. Plus, federal health authorities put a temporary pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. We discuss that and much more with Cal Perry, Ashley Parker, Katie Benner, Melissa Murray, Wesley Lowery, Adm. William McRaven, and Dr. John Torres.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the officer who shot Daunte Wright and the city’s police chief resigning in the wake of Wright’s death. Plus, a pause in one of the 3 approved covid vaccines, the defense begins its case in the trial of Derek Chauvin, fallen Capitol Police officer William Evans lies in honor at the Capitol, the Biden administration’s approach to racial justice, hypocrisy in the GOP, and the latest front in the war on voting rights. Joined by: Donna Edwards, Carmen Best, Jason Johnson, Dr. Kavita Patel, Meagan Fitzgerald, Chuck Rosenberg, Garrett Haake, Eddie Glaude, Reverend Al Sharpton, Ashley Parker, Michael Steele, Nick Confessore, and Donny Deutsch
Sec. of State Antony Blinken discusses vaccine diplomacy and world hotspots in an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.) explains why he vetoed a bill limiting health care for transgender youth. Peter Alexander, Helene Cooper, Ashley Parker and Amna Nawaz join the Meet the Press roundtable.
The New York Times is reporting that before Trump left office, Rep. Matt Gaetz - who is now embroiled in scandal - sought a blanket pardon from the White House. But a spokesperson for the embattled Florida Republican is denying that the congressman ever made such a request. Plus, we look at the latest testimony in the Derek Chauvin murder trial and much more. Ashley Parker, Katie Benner, Stephanie Ruhle, Yodit Tewolde, Paul Butler, David Plouffe, Tim Miller, and Dr. Rob Davidson.
The New York Times reports that DOJ is looking at payments from GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz and an associate to women and the possibility they recruited women online and paid them for sex. Plus, Thursday testimony in the Derek Chauvin trial focused on use-of-force policy. Joining the show to discuss that and more is Katie Benner, Ashley Parker, Paul Butler, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, and Stuart Stevens.
A shooting in a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, killed at least ten people including one police officer. Frank Figliuzzi, Jim Cavanaugh, Ashley Parker, Rep. Joe Neguse, State Senator Stephen Fenberg, Dan Gelber, Sam Stein, and Tim Miller all join the program.
Alex Wagner, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses a federal prosecutor working on the 1/6 riot saying there is evidence that likely supports sedition charges. Plus, how the Biden administration is handling the migrants at the border, promising news on another covid vaccine, Senator Ron Johnson’s spreading of conspiracies, a new front emerging in the Republican war on voting rights, whether the shootings in Georgia last week can be investigated as a hate crime, and police in Miami Beach are cracking down on Spring Breakers. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Peter Strzok, Katie Benner, Dasha Burns, Ashley Parker, Dr. Vin Gupta, Eddie Glaude, Jonathan Lemire, Jonathan Swan, Charlie Sykes, Jeremy Peters, Michael Waldman, State Rep. Bee Nguyen, Dr. Uche Blackstock, and Matt Dixon
With spring break coming up for many students and Covid variants showing up nationwide, the CDC is begging Americans not to stop taking precautions against the pandemic before the vaccines can get ahead of the virus. MSNBC's Brian Williams has details. Plus, we get new details of GOP efforts to restrict voting, the January 6 Capitol riot, and much more. Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Dr. Murtaza Akhter, David Plouffe, Matt K. Lewis, and Frank Figliuzzi all join the program.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Biden directing states to make all adults eligible for a vaccine by May 1st. Plus, the city of Minneapolis reaches a record settlement with George Floyd’s family, the president calls out hate crimes against Asian Americans, more than a dozen congressional Democrats call for Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, the Justice Department and FBI are building a conspiracy case against members of the Oath Keepers for their roles in January 6th, Republicans get called out on their obsession with cancel culture, the backlash grows for a Fox Host who mocked women in the military, and hope grows as more Americans get vaccinated. Joined by: Dr. Kavita Patel, Ashley Parker, Charlie Sykes, Reverend Al Sharpton, David Henderson, Kurt Bardella, Jesse McKinley, Carol Leonnig, Neal Katyal, Clint Watts, A.B. Stoddard, Aisha Mills, Adm. James Stavridis, Cal Perry and Dr. Michael Anderson
With the Senate hurdle done, the U.S. House is poised to send Biden that chamber's version of the $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill so Biden can sign it into law. Plus, Moderna and Pfizer are shipping more vaccines to increase the U.S. supply faster than expected. We discuss that and much more with Ashley Parker, A.B. Stoddard, Michael Osterholm, Nicolle Wallace, Caroline Randall Williams, and Bill Kristol.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the path to economic recovery with Biden’s covid relief package. Plus, the racial disparities in the vaccine rollout, an impeachment manager wants to hold the Republicans who acquitted Trump accountable, a record number of migrant children are being held in facilities at the border, another Republican senator says he won't run for reelection, Republicans ramp up voter suppression efforts, getting the public health messaging on covid right, and Russia's disinformation campaign to undermine confidence in vaccines.Joined by: Michael Steele, Ashley Parker, Donny Deutsch, Dr. Uche Blackstock, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Jacob Soboroff, Elizabeth Neumman, Eugene Daniels, Robert Gibbs, Eugene Robinson, Dr. Kavita Patel, Zeynep Tufekci, and Clint Watts
Alicia Menendez and Jason Johnson, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss Capitol Hill on high alert amid warnings of potential threats to the Capitol and lawmakers. Plus, the average daily number of vaccines tops 2 million, Florida’s governor under fire for his handling of vaccinations, the growing backlog of migrant children in border custody, the House passes laws on federal voting rights and policing reform, and communities of color are still grappling with vaccine inequities.Joined by: Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Eugene Daniels, Carlos Curbelo, Dr. Lipi Roy, Ashley Parker, Mary Ellen Klas, Charlie Sykes, Jacob Soboroff, Maria Teresa Kumar, Elizabeth Neumann, Sam Stein, Errin Haines, Fernand Amandi, Reverend Al Sharpton, and Heidi Przybyla