MSNBC Analyst Jeremy Bash explains what he thinks would happen if Trump decides to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the man overseeing the Mueller investigation.
Trump's Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the man who oversees the Mueller investigation, is in limbo ahead of a face-to-face meeting with the president. Ashley Parker, Jeremy Bash, & Frank join.
The president is sticking up for his Supreme Court nominee who, sitting next to his wife, defended himself against allegations of sexual assault & misconduct on FOX News. Peter Baker, Cynthia Alksne, & Frank Figliuzzi discuss.
In his interview with Fox News, Brett Kavanaugh stuck to the same taking points again and again, even when the questions weren’t relevant. Lawrence says it made for a mechanical interview that didn’t help Kavanaugh clear his name.
Attorney Michael Avenatti says he has been hired by a woman with information relevant to the Kavanaugh nomination who is both a witness and a victim and needs to be heard by the Judiciary Committee. He says he also represents other corroborating...
Rachel Maddow shares the results of a new Fox News poll showing Brett Kavanaugh losing support among registered voters, with particular opposition from women and independents, and most Americans thinking the Senate should delay Kavanaugh's confirmation to
Senator Amy Klobuchar talks with Rachel Maddow about the need to hear evidence from Brett Kavanaugh's accusers, and how the Republican rush to skip a proper investigation is making a fair evaluation of Kavanaugh impossible.
Senator Amy Klobuchar talks with Rachel Maddow about the possibility of Donald Trump firing Rod Rosenstein as a means of undermining Robert Mueller, and the need for Congress to protect the Trump Russia investigation.
Rachel Maddow reads a letter from Michael Bromwich, a new lawyer representing Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, criticizing Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley for the prejudice Republicans are showing against Ford.
What happens if Rod Rosenstein leaves the Department of Justice? It's complicated.