In a Monday tweet, President Trump endorsed Mitt Romney for the Senate seat left open by Orrin Hatch. Shortly after, Romney thanked Trump on Twitter. Is the sometimes contentious relationship between the two cooling off? The panel discusses.
In the days since the Mueller indictments, Trump's had nothing to say about Russia or Putin or protecting our nation from further attack. Fmr. FBI Special Agent Clint Watts and fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul react.
The Los Angeles Times reports fmr. Trump campaign aide Rick Gates will plead guilty and would testify against fmr. Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort. Our panel reacts.
Trump spent the weekend after Mueller indicted 13 Russians on Twitter attacking Obama, Congress, the FBI, Democrats - even Oprah - but never said anything bad about Moscow. Our panel reacts.
Mieke Eoyang, ex-House Intel staffer, says Russians "couldn't pick a better candidate to back" than Trump, who is refusing to appropriately acknowledge the election interference laid out in Mueller's indictment. Jonathan Alter & Daniel Dale join...
Kevin Trejos and Adam Alhanti, both students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, join Lawrence O'Donnell to share their message to lawmakers and the President after 17 students and teachers were shot and killed at their on Valentine's Day.
Trump didn't play golf for two days, as his advisers thought it would look bad in the wake of the Parkland school shooting. But Lawrence O'Donnell says his advisers couldn't stop him from tweeting offensive, unpresidential statements about the FBI and...
Rachel Maddow alerts viewers that while the White House briefing in the Trump administration is usually not worth watching, Tuesday's will be the first one after a dense week of news the White House has yet to address.
Cameron Kasky, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, talks with Rachel Maddow about the impassioned gun safety activism he and his fellow students have engaged through the founding of the #NeverAgain movement and the upcoming March For Our
Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about why Robert Mueller would mention new evidence of a crime in Paul Manafort court papers without adding new charges that correspond to that evidence.