Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss reacts to Trump's norm-breaking week. Between sparring with the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice, to Trump's failed request to have the Justice Department investigate his political adversaries... Beschloss fears Trump
Joy Reid previews the TRMS documentary special "Betrayal" hosted by Rachel Maddow which looks at how Richard Nixon exploited special knowledge of the plan to end the war in Vietnam to give himself an advantage in the presidential election.
President Trump thanks Saudi Arabia for lowering gas prices but CNBC's Ron Insana is here to fact check his claims.
In a rare move, Chief Justice John Roberts issued a statement today contradicting President Trump after Trump questioned the independence of a judge who ruled against him. Georgetown University Law Professor Neal Katyal has argued dozens of cases before
Trump refused to condemn Saudi Arabia for the murder of a U.S. journalist using misleading claims about oil prices and a military deal to excuse his support for the dictator accused of murder. Evan McMullin calls Trump part of a "rising tide of...
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore says the 'blue wave' in states like Michigan shows a path for Democrats to defeat Trump in 2020. He tells Ali Velshi about a plan to motivate Democratic voters in 2020.
Joy Reid looks back at the 1863 presidential proclamation by Abraham Lincoln that set the last Thursday of November as a day of thanksgiving for citizens in every part of the United States.
Joy Reid reports on results still being announced in the 2018 midterm elections, with Democrats continuing to gain seats in Congress and force close outcomes in typically overwhelmingly Republican districts.
Donna Ladd, editor, CEO and co-founder of the Jackson Free Press, talks with Joy Reid about the unusual suspense in the Mississippi Senate run-off election as Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith's weakness as a candidate tests the depth of the state's redness.
Paul Butler, former federal prosecutor, talks with Joy Reid about what it means for how the Justice Department will be run that Matt Whitaker was criticized as a U.S. attorney for pursuing especially harsh sentences for non-violent drug offenders.