On Tuesday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe described Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan as having put together a budget that was "harsh" and "showing absolutely no compassion" as he appeared as a guest on the MSNBC show. Wolffe: read more
On Wednesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe credited Hillary Clinton with a "monumental effort" in "recovering from" the Bush administration's alleged mistakes as he responded to conservative...Show More Summary
On Tuesday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe accused Texas Senator Ted Cruz of "encouraging, inflaming and yes, flirting" with "fringe elements" who are "very ugly" and "racist" as he responded to a clip ofShow More Summary
On MSNBC's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe -- formerly of Newsweek -- portrayed the Republican base as getting "more male and older and whiter," and asserted that Republicans are "not ready for power yet." After...Show More Summary
On the Thursday, October 31, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, after host O'Donnell raised new numbers showing that the federal budget deficit has shrunk, MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe dismissed Republican concerns over the deficit. O'Donnell began by posing: read more
On Wednesday's The Last Word on MSNBC, MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe joined host Lawrence O'Donnell in exonerating President Obama from blame for the recent wave of health insurance policy cancellations, with Wolffe going...Show More Summary
MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe and MSNBC chief political analyst Chuck Todd spoke on Morning Joe Wednesday morning about the role the "mythmaking" properties of President Barack Obama's administration played in creating his...Show More Summary
Appearing as a guest on Tuesday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe asserted that Republicans "have not tried to find any compassion" since last year's election as he reacted to comments from Maine Republican Governor Paul LePage on the number of his state's residents who are not working. Wolffe: read more
Richard Wolff: US Politics' True Bipartisan Consensus: Capitalism Is Untouchable.Yup.
On Wednesday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe asserted that Republicans like Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert "should never have been elected [to] office in the first place," as he joined host Al Sharpton in lambasting...Show More Summary
Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's The Last Word, MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe joined MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell in tagging Tea Party Republicans as "crazies" as O'Donnell fretted over whether conservative activistsShow More Summary
MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe is blasting out an email this morning about the site’s relaunch next week. The wait is almost over. We launch next week, and as promised, you’ll get an early look at the website that will transform the digital progressive community. Show More Summary
As luck would have it, I've never seen Mafia wives exchange air kisses as they feign affection. But I saw a close approximation of it Friday on "The Ed Show," a few hours after hearing a similiar version on Ed Schultz's radio program. Schultz...Show More Summary
Ed Schultz brought MSNBC's Richard Wolffe on his show Friday to clear up a claim in his book that Schultz once went off on President Obama to his face, with both Schultz and Wolffe flatly denying there was any kind of "rant."
In a new book, The Message, political journalist and the executive editor of MSNBC.com Richard Wolffe recalls a meeting between President Obama and liberal supporters during the 2012 campaign. His colleague, MSNBC host Ed Schultz, plays...Show More Summary
Back In April, we learned though a former White House advisor speaking to The New Republic, that "There’s only one paper the president reads, that’s The New York Times.” In a new book, MSNBC editor Richard Wolffe paints a portrait of a president obsessed with the opinion of the Times' editorial page. Show More Summary
There was an interesting debate on Newsmax TV Tuesday between host Steve Malzberg and MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe. In it, the latter claimed that on his network, Joe Scarborough, former John McCain campaign manager Steve Schmidt, and former RNC cha...
There was an interesting debate on Newsmax TV Tuesday between host Steve Malzberg and MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe. In it, the latter claimed that on his network, Joe Scarborough, former John McCain campaign manager Steve Schmidt, and former RNC chairman Michael Steele represent – wait for it! – conservative views (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
According to MSNBC analyst Richard Wolffe's new book The Message, President Obama once sat through an in-person Ed Schultz rant about his leadership skills; and he often complained about New York Times editorials written in a critical tone towards him.
Wednesday morning on NewsmaxTV, conservative host Steve Malzberg squared off against liberal MSNBC analyst Richard Wolffe in a debate over whether the mainstream media has a "liberal bias," despite Fox News' and right-wing talk radio's respective market dominance.