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Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut detailing how, long before he was president, Donald Trump was already acting and talking like a mob boss. After this week's explosive testimony from former West Wing aide Cassie Hutchinson, we are learning about the mob-like tactics "Team MAGA" is allegedly using to try to keep people quiet. Next, What can be done to protect reproductive rights? President Biden met with Democratic governors on that critical issue on Friday. One of those governors, Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico, joins The ReidOut. Plus, Florida's dystopian "don't say gay" law has taken effect, causing havoc in schools and fear among LGBTQ teachers. We speak to Democrats fighting back against this and similar laws in Texas. Finally, our friend Nicolle Wallace joins Joy Reid to talk about a major television event she is leading this weekend to raise money for the victims of Putin's aggression in Ukraine. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Nicolle Wallace discusses possible witness tampering in the Jan. 6th investigation. Plus, the Supreme Court completes a controversial term, WNBA star Brittney Griner's trial begins in Russia, the battle for eastern Ukraine rages on, and the erosion of liberties in the U.S. ahead of July 4th. Joined by: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Frank Figliuzzi, Harry Litman, Jackie Alemany, Marc Elias, Brian Fallon, Michael Crowley, Ann Simmons, Tom Firestone, Igor Novikov, Rev. Al Sharpton, and Amy McGrath
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's subpoena of former White House counsel Pat Cipollone. Plus, the Supreme Court hands down another drastic decision as the fight for abortion rights continues, Rep. Liz Cheney's role in the GOP, and Ukrainians face a forever war.Joined by: Mike Schmidt, Barbara McQuade, Peter Strzok, David Jolly, Dahlia Lithwick, Fatima Goss Graves, Michael Steele, Miles Taylor, Yamiche Alcindor, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Ali Arouzi, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses the fallout from Cassidy Hutchinson's dramatic testimony and the Jan. 6th panel's next steps. Plus, election deniers lose in Colorado, and fighting rages on in eastern Ukraine.Joined by: Carol Leonnig, Luke Broadwater, Joyce Vance, Katty Kay, Andrew Weissmann, Mike Schmidt, Aaron Blake, A.B. Stoddard, Charles Blow, Michael Beschloss, Matt Dowd, Cornell Belcher, and Ali Arouzi
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the sixth hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
Nicolle Wallace discusses former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson's explosive testimony before the Jan. 6th committee. Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Charlie Sykes, Ben Rhodes, Rep. Elaine Luria, Denver Riggleman, Katie Benner, Harry Litman, Frank Figliuzzi, Claire McCaskill, John Brennan, and Rep. Jim Himes
THE THESIS: The evil of eugenics is back, this time making promising people they will be a new super-race, but instead making them pharma-addicted neuters made in the image of the Sexual Left, they will never have orgasms, never reproduce and will never get back the bodies God lent them unless they repent and receive the glorified bodies the Lord Jesus promises us. The same spirit has embodied the technocrats at Monsanto, who are neutering fish and grain from the ability to reproduce, a perverse reversal of the example of Christ. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: The Lord Jesus took a little handful of fish and some bread and fed 5,000 people. Matthew 14:13-21 The technocrats at Monsanto--the same sort of people at the Gates Foundation and WEF--are neutering fish of their ability to reproduce and trying to force people to license them every year. Pure evil. God called on us to “be fruitful and multiply.” Genesis 9:7 The CDC, FDA and the so called “health” authorities are neutering young people into being “sexless” being unable to have kids--they can never enjoy the full blessing of sexual union. THE NEWS & COMMENT: The woman called “Roe” in Roe Vs. Wade was a self-confessed liar and cheat who was redeemed the the Lord, Jesus. [AUDIO] - Norma Rae confessed that she had lied about being gang raped . . . and, about much more before she was redeemed CNN's Ana Navarro Uses Her Disabled Family Members to Justify Abortion; “And because I have a family with a lot of special needs kids. I have a brother who's 57 and has the mental and motor skills of a 1-year-old. And I know what that means financially, emotionally, physically, for a family.” [AUDIO] - Before getting to Navarro's ghoulishness, CNN's Alisyn Camerota argues with Republican strategist Alice Stewart that the "something like 410,000" kids in foster care show the need for abortion. [AUDIO] - GHOULISH: CNN's faux "Republican" commentator and View co-host Ana Navarro cities her mentally handicapped brother, her STEP-grandaughter with Downs Syndrome, and her autistic STEP-grandson as reasons to have babies killed by abortionists. What about their bodies and lives Ana? - Nicholas Fondacaro, MRC / Newsbusters / DailyCaller It was a lie that birthed and atrocity. Gender Ideology is a lie that is birthing atrocities . . . Biden's Title IX change is dangerous for kids; A bad policy from the Obama years is being made much worse Gender Ideology is going to enslave kids to a childress future, a future free of the pleasure of sexual union, a future where they service Big Pharma. [AUDIO] - Vile Guest on MSNBC: Roe Decision a 'Vestige of Slavery' . . . Nicolle Wallace's MSNBC guest, Michele Goodwin, a professor at UC Irvine, somehow managed to tie the Roe decision to—of course—Jim Crow, and yes, slavery. Evil companies will pay for women to travel to get abortions Companies Promising Employees to Help Pay to Travel to Get Abortions -- They can get out of expensive maternity leave! Evil companies like Starbucks will pay for employees to be chemically and surgically mutilated -- once again, no maternity leave and fewer people to insure Starbucks pays for so called “gender” “transition” surgeries and hormones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the last-minute addition of a public hearing by the Jan. 6th committee. Plus, mass protests ensue after the Supreme Court overturns Roe, and a Russian missile hits a Ukrainian shopping mall.Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Jonathan Karl, Mike Schmidt, Claire McCaskill, Kim Atkins Stohr, Alexi McCammond, Carol Leonnig, Julie Davis, Tim Miller, Irin Carmon, Errin Haines, Greg Myre, and Amb. Michael McFaul
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Michele Goodwin, Fatima Goss Graves, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Mini Timmaraju, Dr. Kavita Patel, Cecile Richards, Dahlia Lithwick, Danielle Holley-Walker, A.B. Stoddard, David Plouffe, Karine Jean-Pierre, Cal Perry, and Tali Farhadian Weinstein
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the fifth hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
Nicolle Wallace reacts to the Jan. 6th panel's hearing on Trump's push for the DOJ to legitimize his lies.Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Ari Melber, Neal Katyal, and Jackie AlemanyNOTE: Today's episode was shortened due to the Jan. 6th Select Committee hearing.
The Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol holds the fifth in a series of hearings to share the findings of their investigation with the American public. This is the fifth hearing in its entirety.
Nicolle Wallace discusses new scrutiny on Sen. Ron Johnson for his role in Trump's fake electors conspiracy. Plus, a judge upholds Dominion's defamation case against Fox, bipartisan gun legislation, Trump's pressure on the DOJ in the lead-up to 1/6, and Democrats' push to run on big issues.Joined by: Luke Broadwater, Harry Litman, Charlie Sykes, Claire McCaskill, Fred Guttenberg, Maya Wiley, Mike Schmidt, Ben Rhodes, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Matthew Dowd, and Cornell Belcher
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the fourth hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
Nicolle Wallace recaps the Jan. 6th panel's hearing on Trump's threats to election officials. Joined by: Rep. Elaine Luria, Jackie Alemany, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Miles Taylor, Jason Johnson, Jocelyn Benson, Denver Riggleman, John Heilemann, Neal Katyal, and Peter Strzok
Nicolle Wallace discusses the 1/6 panel's plan to focus on Trump's “fake electors” plot. Plus Texas Republicans out-MAGA themselves, Zelenskyy warns of intensified fighting in Ukraine, the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on Roe, and Juneteeth's enshrinement as a national holiday.Joined by: Jake Sherman, Harry Litman, David Jolly, Tim Miller, Matt Dowd, Ali Arouzi, Frank Figliuzzi, Michael Schmidt, Joyce Vance, Dahlia Lithwick, Charles Blow, and Eddie Glaude
Ayman Mohyeldin, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the Jan. 6th panel's cooperation with the Justice Department. Plus, Ginni Thomas' emails with Trump's lawyer, Pence's 2024 strategy, a GOP gubernatorial candidate who rioted on 1/6, fierce war in eastern Ukraine, and covid vaccines for kids.Joined by: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Philip Rucker, Claire McCaskill, Chuck Rosenberg, Rev. Al Sharpton, Vaughn Hillyard, Luke Broadwater, Sarah Wire, Jeremy Bash, Dana Nessel, Ali Arouzi, Rick Stengel, and Dr. Ashish Jha
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the third hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th panel's hearing on the pressure campaign against Mike Pence.Joined by: Harry Litman, Ben Rhodes, Michael Steele, Frank Figliuzzi, Rep. Stephanie Murphy, Olivia Troye, Rep. Elaine Luria, Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Basil Smikle, Nick Confessore, Tim Miller, and Eddie Glaude
Nicolle Wallace discusses Rep. Barry Loudermilk's tours of the Capitol a day ahead of the insurrection. Plus, Steve Bannon slams Bill Barr over his Jan. 6th testimony, the Senate works to pass gun legislation, far-right Republicans look to reshape election systems, Katy Tur on her new memoir, and Russian advances in Ukraine.Joined by: Carol Leonnig, Daniel Goldman, Joyce Vance, Peter Strzok, Shannon Watts, Charlie Sykes, Nick Corasaniti, Matt Dowd, Cornell Belcher, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Katy Tur, and Igor Novikov
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump's pressure on the DOJ in the lead-up to the insurrection. Plus, a white supremacist group targets the LGBTQ+ community, the threat to Mike Pence on Jan. 6th, GOP candidates continue to push the Big Lie, and fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine.Joined by: Rep. Stephanie Murphy, Harry Litman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Nick Confessore, Frank Figliuzzi, Jonathan Capehart, Jonathan Karl, Michael Schmidt, Joyce Vance, David Plouffe, David Jolly, and Ali Arouzi
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the second hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's focus on Trump's election lies in its latest public hearing.Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Joyce Vance, Tim Miller, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Daniel Goldman, Peter Strzok, Miles Taylor, and Yamiche Alcindor
Nicolle Wallace discusses new revelations from the Jan. 6th panel's first prime time hearing. Plus, Obama warns of dangers to democracy, Fox News shields its viewers from the horrors of the insurrection, gun safety activists rally outside the Capitol, and the White House's plan to vaccinate young children.Joined by: Rep. Bennie Thompson, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Frank Figliuzzi, Jeremy Bash, Jonathan Lemire, Rick Stengel, Harry Litman, Eddie Glaude, Tim O'Brien, Nick Confessore, Shannon Watts, and Dr. Ashish Jha
Rachel Maddow is joined by her MSNBC colleagues and a range of expert guests to analyze the first hearing presenting the findings of the investigation by the January 6th Committee.
The Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol holds the first in a series of hearings to share the findings of their investigation with the American public. This is the first hearing in its entirety.
Rachel Maddow, Joy Reid, and Nicolle Wallace preview the first in a series of public hearings by the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol to share the findings of their investigation.
Nicolle Wallace previews the Jan. 6th committee's first prime time hearing. Joined by: Daniel Goldman, Luke Broadwater, Maya Wiley, John Heilemann, Rep. Elaine Luria, Peter Strzok, Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Joyce Vance, Clint Watts, Rep. Jackie Speier, and Ali Vitali
Nicolle Wallace discusses Uvalde and Buffalo families' emotional testimonies during a congressional hearing on gun violence. Plus, the eve of the Jan. 6th panel's high-stakes hearings, and California voters send Democrats a midterms message.Joined by: Rep. Gerry Connolly, Shannon Watts, David Jolly, David Hogg, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Joyce Vance, Michael Schmidt, Ron Klain, Philip Rucker, Matt Dowd, Cornell Belcher, Amy McGrath, and Frank Figliuzzi
Nicolle Wallace discusses actor and Uvalde native Matthew McConaughey's impassioned calls for gun safety measures. Plus, new evidence in the Jan. 6th panel's investigation days ahead of public hearings, the rising threat of violent extremism, Fox News' refusal to air the 1/6 hearings, and the staggering civilian death toll in Ukraine. Joined by: Fred Guttenberg, Matt Dowd, Luke Broadwater, Jackie Alemany, A.B. Stoddard, Tim Miller, Frank Figliuzzi, Kristopher Goldsmith, Rick Stengel, Dan Pfeiffer, and Igor Novikov
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's preparation for hearings later this week. Plus, the Proud Boys leader is charged with seditious conspiracy, Steve Bannon poses a threat to democracy, the ongoing impacts of gun violence and political violence, and airstrikes hit Kyiv. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Charlie Sykes, Carol Leonnig, Harry Litman, Jennifer Senior, Miles Taylor, Jason Johnson, Katty Kay, Clint Watts, Rosie Perez, and Ali Arouzi
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses former Trump aide Peter Navarro's indictment for contempt of Congress. Plus, Pence's aide warned of danger before Jan. 6th, Biden calls for stricter gun legislation, the House probes Jared Kushner's business with Saudi Arabia, and 100 days of war in Ukraine.Joined by: Ari Melber, Harry Litman, Jackie Alemany, Katie Benner, Luke Broadwater, Mayor Quinton Lucas, Shannon Watts, Ben Rhodes, Kurt Andersen, Kate Kelly, and Ali Arouzi
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses gun safety legislation ahead of Biden's primetime address on gun violence. Plus, the Proud Boys' infiltration of the GOP establishment, Rep. Liz Cheney's reelection campaign, the Jan. 6th committee plans public hearings, and Trump fumes over Georgia.Joined by: Ashley Parker, Tim Miller, Dave Cullen, Rep. Ted Deutch, Peter Strzok, Josh Dawsey, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Jackie Alemany, Barbara McQuade, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Greg Bluestein, Richard Stengel, and A.B. Stoddard
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the GOP's plans to contest upcoming elections. Plus, efforts to enact gun safety reform, the investigation into the police response to the Uvalde shooting, the U.S. provides Ukraine with advanced rocket systems, and the “year of the angry mom.”Joined by: Heidi Przybyla, Joyce Vance, David Jolly, Roland Gutierrez, Kurt Andersen, Priscilla Thompson, Philip Crowther, Carol Leonnig, Adm. James Stavridis, Harry Litman, Michael Steele, and David Plouffe
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the fate of gun reform in the U.S. following the Uvalde shooting. Plus, Trump aide Peter Navarro sues the 1/6 committee, Republican primary races test Trump's influence, and Ukrainians flee amid a new Russian offensive.Joined by: Liz McLaughlin, Melissa Murray, Matthew Dowd, Frank Figliuzzi, Jackie Alemany, Daniel Goldman, Nick Confessore, Charlie Sykes, Mike Collier, Jonathan Lemire, Kim Atkins Stohr, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses the delayed police response to the Robb Elementary School shooting. Plus, Gov. Abbott holds a news conference and the NRA convenes in Houston on the heels of the tragedy.Joined by: Yasmin Vossoughian, Frank Figliuzzi, Ken Dilanian, Garrett Haake, Shannon Watts, Charlie Sykes, Frank Figliuzzi, Tony Plohetski, Jasmine Crockett, Shaq Brewster, and Eddie Glaude
Nicolle Wallace discusses questions surrounding the police response to the Robb Elementary School shooting. Plus, calls mount for politicians to enact gun safety measures. Joined by: Frank Figliuzzi, Ken Dilanian, Kerry Sanders, Tim Miller, Jason Johnson, Yamiche Alcindor, A.B. Stoddard, Miles Taylor, James Densley, Randi Weingarten, and Rep. Veronica Escobar
Nicolle Wallace discusses the senseless mass shooting at a Texas elementary school and politicians' response to the tragedy. Plus, Biden signs an executive order on policing two years after George Floyd's death.Joined by: Garrett Haake, Dave Cullen, Charles Blow, John Heilemann, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Jose Diaz-Balart, Ben Rhodes, Matt Dowd, Katty Kay, Shannon Watts, and Rep. Colin Allred
Nicolle Wallace and her guests react to the horrific shooting in Uvalde, TX, where a shooter killed 14 children and a teacher at an elementary school. Joined by: David Jolly, Alexi McCammond, Donny Deutsch, Baoky Vu, Frank Figliuzzi, Morgan Chesky, Julian Castro, Cedric Alexander, John Heilemann, Matthew Dowd, and Fred Guttenberg
Nicolle Wallace discusses the impact of the Big Lie on future elections. Plus, Giuliani speaks with the Jan. 6th panel, Putin's information war, Trump's “vendetta tour” in Georgia, the fate of civil rights legislation two years after George Floyd's death, and fighting in Eastern Ukraine. Joined by: Nick Corasaniti, Yamiche Alcindor, Claire McCaskill, Rick Stengel, Luke Broadwater, Annie Linskey, Charlie Sykes, Charles Blow, Rev. Al Sharpton, Peter Strzok, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses efforts by Trump allies – from a Supreme Court justice's wife to far-right extremists – to overturn the election. Plus, the effects of Trump's midterm endorsements, the Vindman twins on retaliation they faced for truth-telling, and a new covid wave.Joined by: Rep. Adam Schiff, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Ben Rhodes, Tim Miller, Errin Haines, Basil Smikle, Luke Broadwater, Harry Litman, Rev. Al Sharpton, Yevgeny Vindman, Alexander Vindman, and Dr. Ashish Jha
The Ukraine bill has passed, with not all of the Republicans voting against it. Elon Musk has gotten hit with sexual allegations now that he's a new target for the Left. James O'Keefe ends up running down the streets of NYC after Twitter executive Alex Martinez, attempting to ask him about his disparaging comments on Elon Musk. The leftist media have barely spent any time at all discussing Hunter Biden's laptop. Donny Deutsch has said that they have to scare the "bejesus" out of people because the economy is not on their side. Nicolle Wallace asks why liberals don't try to outlaw illegal guns. High amounts of testosterone are reportedly making Democrats more right-wing in their beliefs and actions. So, in theory, the more testosterone you have, the more conservative you are. There are a few new, big movie releases coming out over the next few weeks, including "Downton Abbey: A New Era," "Top Gun: Maverick," and "Jurassic World Dominion." Speaking of dinosaurs, Biden's approval rating is reportedly down to 39%. The supermodel governor, Stacey Abrams, recently made the cover of a Sports Illustrated magazine. A total of 821 people (out of 81 million people who voted for him) watched Joe Biden's speech from Buffalo live on YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th panel's request for testimony from a GOP congressman who allegedly led tours of the Capitol the day before the insurrection. Plus, election lies shape the midterms, a bill to fight domestic terror, conservatives embrace Hungary's Orbán, Oklahoma's abortion ban, and a new aid package for Ukraine. Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Harry Litman, Yamiche Alcindor, Charlie Sykes, Eddie Glaude, John Brennan, Carol Leonnig, Dan Goldman, Rick Stengel, Mark McKinnon, Mara Gay, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses MAGA candidates' victories in the Pennsylvania primary races. Plus, the DOJ asks the Jan. 6th panel for interview transcripts, and the first war crimes trial of a Russian soldier.Joined by: A.B. Stoddard, Jake Sherman, Eddie Glaude, Jonathan Lemire, Dasha Burns, Rev. Al Sharpton, Neal Katyal, Luke Broadwater, Eugene Daniels, Matthew Dowd, Cornell Belcher, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses the peddling of replacement theory rhetoric in conservative media and by the GOP. Plus, Rep. Liz Cheney targets Trump, the DOJ requests transcripts from the Jan. 6th committee, primary day in Pennsylvania, and remembering the victims of the Buffalo shooting.Joined by: Erroll Southers, Miles Taylor, Carl Cameron, Donny Deutsch, Dan Goldman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Luke Broadwater, Jason Johnson, and David Jolly
Nicolle Wallace discusses the racist massacre of 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket and the mainstreaming of replacement theory. Plus, last-minute twists in the Pennsylvania Senate race. Joined by: Michael Steele, Charles Blow, Claire McCaskill, Nick Confessore, Dasha Burns, Rev. Al Sharpton, Frank Figliuzzi, Miles Taylor, John Heilemann, David Rothkopf, and Rep. Madeleine Dean
Symone Sanders left a meteoric political trajectory to join the media. After working on Bernie Sanders's 2016 campaign, advising Joe Biden's 2020 campaign and serving as Vice President Kamala Harris's chief spokesperson for her first year in office, Sanders is pivoting to become the host of her own MSNBC show, “Symone.” This makes her the latest in a revolving door of former Washington insiders turned media anchors (think George Stephanopoulos, Nicolle Wallace, Jen Psaki and Kayleigh McEnany).In this conversation, Kara Swisher presses Sanders on whether the porousness between the Beltway and prime time is a good thing, and how she plans to cover a White House administration she just left.They discuss the relevance of cable news in a world of plunging TV ratings and the rise of TikTok. They address speculation around high turnover in the vice president's office (which Sanders dismisses as “palace intrigue”). And they talk politics, including Sanders's predictions for midterms and whether Biden really is the best option for Democrats in 2024.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.
Nicolle Wallace discusses growing threats to election security. Plus, the Supreme Court leak signals more radical opinions to come, Sen. Paul blocks the passage of Ukraine aid, Pennsylvania's ultra-MAGA Senate candidate, and the fight to protect democracy.Joined by: Amy Gardner, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Michael Steele, Michele Goodwin, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Helene Cooper, Nick Corasaniti, David Jolly, Dasha Burns, Jocelyn Benson, Max Boot, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses attorney John Eastman's efforts to keep Trump in power. Plus, former Attorney General Eric Holder calls on the DOJ to indict Trump, Democrats' abortion bill fails in the Senate, the liability of defending democracy, Trump's candidate loses in Nebraska, Florida's CRT hoax, and Ukraine's first war crimes trial.Joined by: Jackie Alemany, Neal Katyal, Charlie Sykes, Eric Holder, Cecile Richards, Frank Figliuzzi, Joyce Vance, Rick Stengel, Matthew Dowd, Errin Haines, and Cal Perry