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Hardball August 18 2017

Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political news of the day.

Is Trump isolating himself?

The president's increasing isolation became even clearer when prominent members of his own party, like Senator Tim Scott and Bob Corker, openly criticized him.

Bannon out of the White House, back at Breitbart

The departure of Trump's top strategist today could have longer-term ramifications, especially now that he's back at

Hardball August 17 2017

Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political news of the day.

Matthews: A US President sided with Nazis

You only get one reputation, Jack Kennedy warned. Donald Trump has let himself get associated with those pictures ever since Saturday. That's plenty of time...

Police: Possible terror attack south of Barcelona

Police told residents to stay indoors as a new incident is under way south of Barcelona.

Officials: 13 killed in Barcelona van attack

Eyewitnesses said that the van deliberately targeted pedestrians, zigzagging down the street before it came to a stop.

Who were the counter-protesters? We asked a witness

Brandy Daniels joined us now from Charlottesville. She holds a doctorate in theology from Vanderbilt and is now a postdoctoral fellow at the University of...

Trump tries to change subject from Nazis to statues

To further entrench Trump in his case for statues, his lead attorney on his legal defense team, John Dowd, is distributing pro-Confederacy talking points.

Hardball August 16 2017

Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political news of the day.

Matthews: Republicans aren't standing up to Trump

Chris Matthews wonders how we account for the limp, listless, embarrassing silence from elected Republicans about what Trump said.

Trump officials dodge questions about President's comments

To date, none of trump's aides have publicly criticized their boss nor have any resigned.

Matthews: This wasn't the time to be impartial, Mr President

In looking at Charlottesville, Chris Matthews says as the leader of our country, this was and is and will be forever seen as no time to be impartial for Trump.

NBC News: White House officials stunned Trump went rogue

The President's press conference quickly won him praise from known-white Supremacist David Duke, the former Grand Wizard of the KKK.

NYT: Mueller wants to talk to Reince Priebus

The Post report comes after The New York Times reporting Saturday that Special Counsel Robert Muller is in talks to interview current and former West Wing...

Right wing groups energized after Trump presidency

Throughout the campaign candidate Trump was subjected to harsh criticism for rhetoric that many called a dog-whistle to white supremacists.

Matthews: Trump failed to lead after Charlottesville

The events of the weekend in Charlottesville show that the KKK may have been suppressed but not extinguished.

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