Donald Trumps actions related to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman are seen as retaliation by many in response to Vindmans Trump impeachment testimony. Newsweek editor-at-large Naveed Jamali joins Joy Reid to discuss.
Donald Trump allegedly bullying Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman--following his Trump impeachment testimony--is cited as a reason behind his recent early retirement from the Army. MSNBC analyst and veteran Malcolm Nance joins Joy Reid to discuss.
Donald Trump wanting schools reopened during the pandemic without what many authorities see as proper preparation is being resisted by many, including leaders demanding more federal government resources for schools, teachers, and support staff. Joy Reid
Donald Trump and Betsy DeVoss push to reopen public schools, the presidents widely criticized COVID-19 pandemic response, and the Reopen Schools Safely Act are discussed by Sen. Debbie Stabenow in conversation with Joy Reid.
NBC News contributor, Julio Ricardo Varela, joined Alex Witt to explain his most recent op-ed on the growing calls within the Latino community to boycott Goya Foods after Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue called President Trump a 'blessed' leader.
Florida reported a staggering 15,300 new coronavirus cases, the highest daily number on record for any state. This new report comes as the state continues to reopen businesses, including Disney World. Since the start of the outbreak, Florida has reported
Black Lives Matter came under fire from U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler, who is also a WNBA team co-owner of an Atlanta team. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the backlash against Loeffler who said she opposes the WNBA supporting the Black Lives Matter movement
As coronavirus hot spots bubble up across the country, the debate over if and how schools should reopen rages on. MSNBCs Alicia Menendez speaks with Lily Eskelsen Garcia, President of the National Education Association, about how teachers are responding
New York City Council Member Ritchie Torres is likely to win the state's 15th congressional district seat which would make him the first openly gay Afro-Latino member of Congress. MSNBCS Alicia Menendez speaks with Councilman Torres about the changes he
Following the death of Army Specialist Vanessa Guilln, hundreds of survivors of military sexual assault and harassment are speaking out using the hashtag #iamVanessaGuillen. MSNBCS Alicia Menendez is joined by Natalie Khawam, the lawyer for family of
Roger Stone was convicted of trying to protect this president, legal expert Joyce Vance tells Joy Reid, while critiquing the fact that in her view, There is absolutely no outcry from anyone other than Mitt Romney on the Republican side of the aisle.
Donald Trump commuting Roger Stones sentence is analyzed as the 2020 presidential election approaches by Joy Reid and her guests, including former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci who tells AM JOY, If we dont start thinking like
An administration official has told NBC News that the Department of Justice did not have a role in President Trump's decision to grant clemency to Roger Stone. NBC News' Josh Lederman reports from the White House.
President Donald Trump commuted Roger Stones sentence days before Stone was to report to prison on charges of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements. Stone was convicted for lying about his contacts with WikiLeaks during the 2016
Rachel Maddow outlines what has been uncovered about Roger Stone's involvement in Russia's assistance in the election of Donald Trump now that Trump has commuted Stone's sentence just days before he was meant to show up for prison.
Trymaine Lee and Caroline Randall Williams join Lawrence ODonnell to discuss their reactions to the debate over Confederate monuments featured in Trymaine Lees documentary Stone Ghosts in the South: America's Legacy of Heritage and Hate and how
Rep. Adam Schiff, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, reacts to the news that Donald Trump has commuted the prison sentence of Roger Stone, accusing Trump and Bill Barr of reducing U.S. democracy to mafia rules.
Asked how nurses are handling the current influx of patients, Executive Director of National Nurses United Bonnie Castillo said Were hanging in there, and were fighting tooth and nail for every single piece of PPE we need because we do not have
Chris Hayes on GOP: This party is intellectually bankrupt, and entirely unable to meet the moment. It is so corroded ... that it will revolt against one of its own members when they do something right to fight the plague to save lives. Its becoming a
President Trump now claiming he aced a cognitive test he took recently, leaving doctors very surprised by his results. But after losing the monumental battle over his tax returns at the Supreme Court, aides now claim Trump has cast himself as a