Rep. Eric Swalwell talks with Ari Melber about the Republican effort to end the House Intelligence Committee's Trump Russia investigation without trying in...
Sari Horwitz, national reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Ari Melber about Trump backer Eric Prince trying to set up a back channel of...
Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, talks with Ari Melber about how New York Times reporting on Donald Trump talking to Robert Mueller...
Joyce Vance, former U.S. attorney, talks with Ari Melber about the kind of legal jeopardy Donald Trump could be in based on new reporting from The New York...
Ari Melber talks with Michael Schmidt, reporter for The New York Times, about new reporting that
Today's edition of quick hits.
On trade, we have a confused, amateur president making unilateral policymaking decisions about an issue he thinks he understands, but doesn't.
Trump says he and his team have "actually been working very hard" on protecting U.S. elections from Russian interference. It'd be great if that were true.
George Nader seems to be another key to Trump’s various plots. Josh Marshall: George Nader was returning to Dulles airport on January 17th, apparently from abroad, when he was met by FBI agents with search warrants and a subpoena. Nader was planning to travel on to Florida to Mar-a-Lago for a celebration of Trump’s first […]
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Today there are reports that the Trump Organization ordered replicas of the presidential seal to be used as markers on his golf courses. This is probably illegal. Yesterday we learned that former Trump campaign officials are being subpoenaed by Bob Mueller for all communications — meaning emails, texts, handwritten notes, etc. Show More Summary
Leading GOP officials keep tying themselves to Carter Page. I'm not sure they've thought this through.
Mueller Is Now Looking Into Middle Eastern Influence as Part of the Trump Investigation Special counsel Robert Mueller has expanded his investigation to look into the Trump White House’s ties to a Lebanese-American businessman who works closely with the de facto ruler of the United Arab Emirates, the New York Times reports. Show More Summary
Now that the general-election season has apparently begun in Texas, Ted Cruz wants to talk about Beto O'Rourke's nickname. That wasn't a good idea.
Mitch McConnell is "perfectly comfortable" with his response to the Russian election attack in 2016. Maybe so, but isn't that precisely the problem?
When Trump's plans meet resistance, he gives them warm and fuzzy labels: tariffs in "loving way," immigration with "heart," health care that isn't "mean."
Trump believes his White House is "a great place to work." That might be easier to believe if Trump weren't in the midst of a months-long staffing exodus.
Trump has said effectively nothing about the Stormy Daniels controversy, though that may not be sustainable now that the porn star is suing the president.
MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle talks with Rachel Maddow about the dynamics within the White House that led to the departure of Donald Trump's top economic adviser...
Rachel Maddow reports on a series of unusual meetings between the United Arab Emirates and the Trump administration and talks with Adam Goldman, national...