MSNBC chief legal analyst Ari Melber shares his take on Kenneth Starr's testimony during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, calling it a "total, unmitigated legal and constitutional disaster," and that "Ken Starr was out there shadowboxing
Frank Figliuzzi shares his take on why putting John Bolton on the stand is "scaring" senate Republicans: "The only way you can refute Bolton is putting Trump on the stand."
As Ken Starr declares the "age of impeachment," the hypocrisy is obviously breathtaking, but I suspect the subtext includes an unsettling warning.
Jimmy Carter was the first presidential candidate to solidify that winning the Iowa Caucus could mean a victory in the White House.
Much of the GOP is prepared to continue to toe the party line, but those in pursuit of the truth don't need much. Two more GOP votes ought to do the trick.
Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar speaks with Brian Williams and Nicolle Walllace about the new reporting about John Bolton's reported allegations against President Donald Trump, saying that "I literally don't know how our
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Asked if he wants to subpoena John Bolton’s book manuscript, Sen. Lindsey Graham says, “If there’s a need to add to the record, my view is that we’ll completely add to the record … If the Senate needs to secure testimony from John Bolton, then I will say
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called on Senate Republicans to vote that former national security adviser John Bolton should testify in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
NBC News White House Correspondent Kristen Welker reports that Trump says he hasn’t seen the manuscript from Bolton, “trying to distance himself from the manuscript.”