"I think the Senate goes."
Panic mode? Chris Matthews on Thursday morning conceded that Republicans would win the Senate in November. On Wednesday's Hardball, the host lashed out at voters. Speaking of a House special election won by the Republicans on Tuesday,...Show More Summary
Panic mode? Chris Matthews on Thursday morning conceded that Republicans would win the Senate in November. On Wednesday night's Hardball, the host lashed out at voters. Speaking of a House special election won by the Republicans on Tuesday, he fumed, "Well, this election in Florida... -
Chris Matthews had some bad news for Democrats on Morning Joe today: "They’re going to lose the Senate." Based on the results of this week's special election in Florida, in which Republican David Jolly beat Democrat Alex Sink by running against the Affordable Care Act, Matthews said the left is in trouble.
Chris Matthews, the unabashedly left-leaning MSNBC host, said Thursday that Democrats will lose control of the Senate in this year's midterm elections. Citing Democratic candidate Alex Sink's loss in Tuesday night's special election in Florida, Matthews said it was a sign of broader doom for the party. Show More Summary
O'Reilly Factor host Bill O'Reilly and Hardball host Chris Matthews have been feuding this week over whether President Abraham Lincoln would have gone on either Funny or Die or Fox News. But on Wednesday they took a break from the fussin' and the fightin' to be inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame.
Following President Obama’s appearance on the satirical interview show “Between Two Ferns” with comedian Zach Galifianakis, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews chose to take an unnecessary swipe at Fox News. Appearing as a guest on MSNBC’s Morning...Show More Summary
Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough was won over by Texas Governor (still?) Rick Perry's interview with Jimmy Kimmel the other night, praising the segment as the first time he'd seen Perry's "infectious personality," so often on display in private, expressed publicly—causing guest Chris Matthews to warn against the...
Chris Matthews had some fun at conservatives' expense Wednesday evening over their often over-the-top reactions to President Barack Obama's appearance on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis. In particular, Matthews had a sharp comeback for Bill O'Reilly, who said Abraham Lincoln would not have gone on Funny or Die.
MSNBC hosts have been obsessed with exposing conservative birtherism. Chris Matthews has been particularly fierce in excoriating anyone who suggests that the President was born in another country. (His birthplace is Hawaii.) So, will...Show More Summary
F it. We'll do it taped!
Washington bureau chief David Corn joined Chris Matthews and Huffington Post's Howard Fineman on Hardball to discuss the push by far-right conservatives like Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin, and Ted Cruz for US military involvement in Ukraine. David Corn is Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief. For more of his stories, click here. He's also on Twitter.
This weekend, Sarah Palin closed out CPAC with a tour de force performance that was more stand-up routine than political speech and included a parody of Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham lifted directly from a four-year-old chain email. None of this was lost on MSNBC's Chris Matthews, who showed some highlights from Palin's speech before sharing his review of it.
For some time Philly radio host Michael Smerconish has been a fill-in host for Chris Matthews on MSNBC's Hardball, but he never quite fit in at the far left-wing cable network. But this month he debuted on CNN where he feels more in line with the network's culture. Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Matthews compared CPAC to the cantina from Star Wars in a bizarre rant on Thursday's Hardball. Matthews trashed the gathering and took aim at "the Joe McCarthy imitator" Sen. Ted Cruz. Matthews couldn't get the event name...Show More Summary
For the second time this week, MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews had more viewers in the 25-54 demo than Fox News' On The Record with Greta Van Susteren Wednesday night, making it the #1 show in the demo at 7pm ET.
Washington bureau chief David Corn and Rep. Elijah Cummings joined Chris Matthews on Hardball to discuss Cummings' dramatic clash of words with House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa. David Corn is Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief. For more of his stories, click here. He's also on Twitter.
Chris Matthews had the most-watched show on MSNBC Tuesday evening with 989K total viewers. Matthews' Hardball was followed by The Rachel Maddow Show, which had 976K total viewers and then The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, which had 793K.
"[Romney] said something that is clearly dumb"