Only thing missing -- any mention of his "Missing a Significant Number of Black Correspondents" MSNBC burn
As MSNBC covered Henry Kissinger's meeting with Donald Trump today, Chris Hayes brought up that pretty big elephant in the room.
A top GOP consultant outlines his desperate mission: "Save the conservative movement from Donald Trump"
The Race to the Championship came to a dramatic conclusion on Friday night inside Orleans Arena as the three-rider Team Babbitt's/Monster Energy/AMSOIL Kawasaki lineup of Gavin Faith, Chris Blose and Jacob Hayes battled to be the first recipient of the Ricky Carmichael Cup. Show More Summary
Appearing on All In With Chris Hayes on Friday, Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick dodged questions from Hayes about transgender rights. Patrick failed to answer even the most basic questions posed by Hayes. He began the interview simply enough. Show More Summary
Friday night Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick got into an exceedingly heated argument with MSNBC host Chris Hayes over trans-inclusive bathrooms — going so far to say it could be the defining issue that could keep Hillary Clinton from becoming president. Often times shouting over each other,...
Something interesting happened yesterday in the US Presidential campaign. We had a day when the press beat Donald Trump. All of a sudden he didn't have talking points. His denials sounded like the lies they are. His rep on Chris Hayes could only say that the charges were old and that journalists couldn't say someone is lying. Show More Summary
Michael Moore said Donald Trump can become president if he’s able to win the states that Hillary Clinton lost in the Democratic primary. The filmmaker appeared Tuesday night on MSNBC’s “All In With Chris Hayes,” where he explained that Trump could win by focusing on...
Last night on Chris Hayes on MSNBC they had a clip from a Trump interview where he walked back his bit about how the US could always negotiate a "haircut" for creditors as a way of getting out of a credit jam. The way a casino would....Show More Summary
It's early yet, but Chris Hayes has the early clubhhouse lead on "most disgusting MSM metaphor used on Donald Trump." On his MSNBC show this evening, Hayes called Trump "a hot wet rag applied to an infected wound." So, Chris, if that's...Show More Summary
There really is a wall between Morning Joe and the rest of MSNBC. Chris Hayes can do entire segments on the re-emergence of the White Supremacist movement brought on by the Donald Trump candidacy. Lawrence O'Donnell has been calling Donald Trump a frontman for racism since at least 2011. Show More Summary
Leading off Monday's All In on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes and his fellow panelists giggled their way through a discussion about the possible collapse of the Never Trump movement to the point that they predicted that the push by conservatives to not support the billionaire frontrunner is on a "slow death march" to accepting and backing his nomination.
Chris Hayes has established a new standard. It is henceforth fair game to say on national TV of any parent who has spanked his child that such parent "hits his kids." Hayes employed the inflammatory formulation on his MSNBC show this evening. Show More Summary
As far-left MSNBC hosts go--an admittedly low bar--I'll admit to having found Chris Hayes a relatively fair and decent proponent of his misguided policies. But he did two things tonight that made me lose respect for him. First, he literally...Show More Summary
I'm having some trouble coming up with political or even quasi-political topics to write about this morning, so instead let's watch Chris Hayes risk his hard-won career in a single tweet: Ok, I'm probably gonna regret this honest (perhaps...Show More Summary
Last night, each of the Democratic candidates did an individual town hall on MSNBC. Bernie Sanders met with Chris Hayes, and Hillary Clinton met with Rachel Maddow. During the Sanders town hall, an audience questioner asked Sanders if, should he lose the nomination, he will encourage his supporters to back Clinton.And, of course, he refused. Show More Summary
The Vermont senator told Chris Hayes that the War on Drugs has been more about race than crime
Sanders told MSNBC's Chris Hayes that his only hope is if superdelegates "rethink the decision that they made"
MSNBC is holding back-to-back town hall events for the Democratic candidates on the eve of Tuesday's critical primaries with both candidates appearing from Philadelphia. Chris Hayes and Bernie Sanders take the first hour, beginning at 8 PM EST. At 9 PM EST, Rachel Maddow moderates the second, hour-long town hall with Hillary Clinton. Watch on MSNBC and talk about it here.
Chris Hayes is about to wrap up with Bernie Sanders, and Rachel Maddow will follow immediately with Hillary Clinton. The Guardian‘s livestream coverage is here, if you’re like me and can’t access MSNBC. Anybody here actually watchin...