According to Chris Matthews, Donald Trump brings out the “best” in Democrats and prompts them to show “gut patriotism” that has been hidden in the past. On Thursday, Matthews cheered, “[Trump] reminded them of what they believe in, the rights and hopes of immigrants, the freedom of religion in this country, the love of the country itself.”
Chris Matthews meets up with MSNBC colleague Steve Kornacki at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art to talk about what makes Philly, Philly.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews and Brian Williams look back on the week of the Democratic Convention, culminating with Hillary Clinton's speech accepting the...
Chris Matthews postulates that the candidacy of Donald Trump has been a good thing for Democrats, reminding them of their American values and pushing them to...
In last week’s hilariously baffling post-show interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews (more on this week’s version later), the ever-bombastic host asked if Weekend Update anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost thought they’d be more welcome at this week’s Philadelphia-hosted Democratic National Convention than they were in RNC-hosting Cleveland. Show More Summary
Unlike Republicans, Democrats don’t “hate.” That incredible claim came from MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Wednesday night came as the Hardball host fawned over the Democratic National Convention. Matthews sneered, “Republicans hate Hillary Clinton. I don't think there's a better word for chemistry-like dislike for her. It's pure. They hate her.”
Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews react to President Barack Obama's address to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Chris Matthews continues his tour of Philadelphia with a historic look at his hometown with a tour of the city known as the
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviews Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who spoke at the Democratic Convention on Tuesday night.
Chris Matthews continues his tour of South Philadelphia by visiting the famous Geno’s Steaks to learn more about one of the city's top contributions to...
Chris Matthews on Monday could barely restrain his excitement at the Democratic National Convention, declaring it a “sluggers row of wonderful sentiment.” Who did the MSNBC host love more? He could barely decide. Matthews cheered, “I think the Democrats's first night may turn out to be more successful than the Republicans's last night. Show More Summary
Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political headlines and news of the day.
Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was speaking with Chris Matthews at the GOP Convention on Thursday night, and offered a very sexist reason as to why he thinks women will vote for Trump. Matthews asked how the campaign plans to deal...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Matthews goes to Philadelphia ahead of the Democratic National Convention to talk with locals about the historic city.
First it was MSNBC warning viewers before showing anti-Hillary Clinton buttons. On Thursday, Chris Matthews and Chuck Todd agreed that mentioning the names of big cities is racist “coded language.” Matthews previewed Donald Trump’s convention speech and was horrified over the presence of words such as “Baltimore” and “Washington D.C.”
For years, MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews has referred to Republican Senator Ted Cruz (Tex.) as Joe McCarthy or emulating McCarthyism and so he seized on Cruz’s fiery convention speech to claim Thursday night that he’s a McCarthyite playing “a perfect villain” for the Republican Party and Donald Trump. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Matthews interviewed Paul Manafort on a whole host of issues before Thursday night's speeches began, including the problems Trump has appealing to the ladies. Manafort basically said that Trump will become their sugar daddy,...Show More Summary
Paul Manafort, campaign chairman for Donald Trump, talks with Chris Matthews about how the Trump campaign sees a path to victory around some of the...
Woah, there's A LOT to dissect here! In a disastrous, uncomfortable, and unintentionally hilarious discussion with Michael Che and Colin Jost, Chris Matthews managed to offend and amaze in a matter of minutes. While we don't know exactly know what was going on with the MSNBC host, one thing is clear… he REALLY went there this [...]
NBC maybe owes SNL’s Michael Che a job for life after the Weekend Update anchor quickly moved in to save NBC News’ Chris Matthews from his own question as to who is the “funniest black guy” these days. Ditto Colin Jost, who later helped Matthews when the anchor could not remember the name of “Dr. Show More Summary