Much discussion on AM Joy this morning about the swirling rumors that top Trump advisors may quit - or be fired. Joy Reid asked David Corn what he thought. "In your reporting, David, if this cadre of norms were to go -- we'll leave Rex...Show More Summary
Journalist David Corn of Mother Jones magazine said on Sunday that observers should expect President Donald Trump’s aide Michael Cohen to be less-than-honest in his testimony on Tuesday to the Senate Intelligence Committee. Instead, Corn suggested the real story will be in the documents...
David Corn, DC bureau chief for Mother Jones magazine, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump denying being familiar with Felix Sater even though we now know that Sater was brokering a deal for Trump Tower Moscow at the time.
Rachel Maddow gets David Corn to give some of the details of the book he's working on with Michael Isikoff about the Trump Russia scandal and investigation.
David Corn, DC bureau chief for Mother Jones magazine, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump denying being familiar with Felix Sater even though we now...
The investigative journalists Michael Isikoff and David Corn will publish their new book, tentatively titled “The Russian Connection,” in March.
Donald Trump Jr. is distancing himself from the Russians who set up his meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer, despite their history of business dealings with Donald Trump. David Corn and Josh Barro join Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss Donald Jr.'s defense.
by Eli Sanders What? I don't see the problem here. Jeff Vinnick / Stringer Not to get all Nostradamus on you, but David Corn—the journalist who broke the news of the Steele Dossier (aka the Pee Pee Tape Dossier) back in October 2016—is...Show More Summary
During a discussion on AMJoy about Comey's testimony and Trump's refusal to say whether tapes of the conversation exist, David Corn is direct. "Figuring out why he says what he says at any point in time is a bum's game," Corn said. "It's really hard to ascertain what he's suggesting, particularly in this regard. Show More Summary
Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., and David Corn discuss a 2016 trip to Russia by Carter Page and what it means regarding Trump’s possible connection to Russia.
David Corn, Matthew Rosenburg and Malcom Nance discuss the breaking Washington Post story that the FBI monitored Trump adviser Carter Page.
Lawrence O'Donnell lays out how Donald Trump's credibility problems have made an impossible scenario possible. David Corn, Rick Wilson, and Indira Lakshmanan...
The Sarin gas attack on Tuesday in Syria was one of the worst atrocities this generation has ever seen, but when it came to the U.S. fighting for those affected, all MSNBC’s maniacal hooligans Chris Matthews and David Corn could think of is how any military strikes would distract from the Russia investigations.
During the same show that MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and David Corn denounced the Susan Rice controversy as racist and sexist, Tuesday’s Hardball featured Matthews and MSNBC Live host Stephanie Ruhle imploring Ivanka Trump to defend Planned Parenthood while smearing her White House job as “un-American” and the Trump family as modern-day Romanovs.
If the truth can be judged by the reaction of establishment propagandists, it looks like we've hit paydirt... MSNBC's Chris Matthews and Mother Jones D.C. bureau chief David Corn engaged in a lively round of mental gymnastics over the...Show More Summary
On Tuesday’s edition of Hardball, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and MSNBC political analyst/Mother Jones D.C. bureau chief David Corn were unglued over the Susan Rice “unmasking” controversy, suggesting that it was racist and sexist for these accusations to be leveled at the former National Security Adviser because she’s never done anything wrong.
As Donald Trump tries to deflect on Twitter, two new stories detail ties between Trump world and Russia – and in one case, an actual Russian spy. David Corn...
Senator Chris Murphy, D-Conn., Ken Dilanian and David Corn join Chris Matthews to discuss the latest on the Trump administration’s ties with Russia.
A Saturday morning AM Joy panel on House Intelligence Committee head Devin Nunes (R-CA) turned into a group attack on the lawmaker’s credibility as well as his mental capacity to investigate the Trump White House after his disastrous week. Speaking with MSNBChost Joy Reid, Mother Jones editor...
David Corn and Simon Marks explore the implications related to Paul Manafort’s past business dealings with Russian clients.