Surrounded by boxing VIPs, as well as actor Sylvester Stallone, President Trump issued a full posthumous pardon to boxer Jack Johnson. MSNBC’s Craig Melvin offers historical background on the heavyweight champion.
South Korean officials are now "trying to figure out" what Trump did and why. Did they not get a heads-up from the White House?
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Trump says James Clapper "admitted" the FBI put spies in his campaign. There's a reason the president is peddling this particular lie.
Rep. Eric Swalwell, Democrat from California, reacts to Trump's sudden cancellation of the planned summit with North Korea: “It’s unfortunate. Talking is better than walking away, but the President was rehearsing his end-zone dance and we weren’t even at
I will look forward to Trump declaring sometime soon, "Nobody knew diplomacy with a rogue nuclear state could be so complicated."
The panel considers the president's latest Fox News interview, wherein he discusses the NFL and its decision to bar players from kneeling during the National Anthem.
The FBI and Justice Department are set to brief lawmakers on highly classified documents related to the Russia probe at the president’s request. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down who will be at the meetings and why.
The FBI and Justice Department will share classified documents relating to the person the president has labeled a ‘spy,’ but Democrats and Republicans will be briefed in separate meetings. Stephanie Ruhle and her panel discuss.
Money Power Politics: Foreign auto makers are livid after the Trump Administration threatened to impose new tariffs on imported cars and car parts. CNBC’s Andrew Sorkin and Politico’s Ben White interpret this move.