"Do you think fundamentally Muslims from the Middle East are incompatible with American democracy?"
“Part of my frustration with the way that this industry is covered is that it is covered like sports.”
MSNBC's Chris Hayes faced off with Republican congressman Steve King tonight over his views on Muslim assimilation in the United States.
In an appearance on All In with Chris Hayes, Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison (MN) slammed Republican frontrunner and former reality TV star Donald Trump for setting Americans against each other and irresponsibly ratcheting up hostilities toward Muslims and nonwhites. “He’s whipping up hatred to...
He told Chris Hayes that Trump's rhetoric will cause "mentally unstable" people to attack Muslims
Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison said on MSNBC's All in With Chris Hayes Monday evening that Donald Trump's inflammatory claim that he saw thousands of Muslims celebrating the 9/11 attack would lead to violence.
From the November 23 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: JOY REID: We look at the, you know, really deadly and horrific massacres we've seen in this country. If you then replace the characters who did them, who are white American males, with Muslims, you would have a whole different sort of category of fear that would happen in the country. Show More Summary
The friend of a protester who was beaten up at Donald Trump's Birmingham rally days ago spoke to Chris Hayes tonight about witnessing that firsthand and Trump's racially-charged rhetoric.
From the November 16 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: CHRIS HAYES (HOST): Linda, your response to this news cycle today on this issue. LINDA SARSOUR: As an American born and raised in Brooklyn and that runs an organization that serves refugees, asylees, and immigrants right here in New York City, I am so disturbed by what I'm listening to. Show More Summary
Is the GOP losing its collective mind over immigration, or is that mind done lost? I'll be on MSNBC's All in with Chris Hayes tonight at 8:00 p.m. to discuss. Related: Here are the five craziest things Republican presidential candidates said about immigration during the month of August:
FISH DON’T KNOW THEY’RE WET: MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Denies Existence of Liberal Media Bias. Related: Well, At Least Chris Matthews Didn’t Call Cruz & Rubio “White Hispanics.”
Appearing on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Wednesday night, MSNBC host Chris Hayes rejected the idea that the “mainstream media” is biased against conservatives. Hayes acknowledged he was part of the “mainstream media” but argued that “what people don't like is when they feel that there are biases at work that are unannounced. Show More Summary
Speaking with host Chris Hayes on the Monday edition of MSNBC’s All In, Democratic Congressman and 2016 Senate candidate Alan Grayson (Fl.) made a crude joke in comparing Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz to Miley Cyrus as he’s “twerking every right-winger in sight.”
Chris Hayes, host of All In on MSNBC, talks with Rachel Maddow about the cultural and political dynamics behind Democratic losses in the 2015 elections,...
Last night, Tarantino appeared on All in with Chris Hayes and patiently explained that, of course, he’s not against all police, just bad police. And, somehow blissfully unaware of how a booking can prove a point, Fox News brought on a dirty cop to respond. …Read More
Takin' it to the streets of MSNBC
In his defense, Tarantino told Chris Hayes that "just because I'm against brutality doesn't mean I'm anti-police"
As more police unions nationwide joined the boycott against Quentin Tarantino after the filmmaker spoke at RiseUpOctober's anti-police brutality rally on October 20th, Tarantino appeared on All In With Chris Hayes to clarify his remarks. "I'm not a cop hater," Tarantino said after being labeled as such by police unions across the country. "Anybody...
Quentin Tarantino defended his comments about police brutality during an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Wednesday. The "Pulp Fiction" director made headlines last month for an appearance at a demonstration against police brutality. ...Show More Summary