All In with Chris Hayes

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 Jun 20, 2020
All the way in Kenya and still enjoys being informed by this podcast. The enlightenment on what is happening in America is amazing.

 Nov 24, 2019
I enjoy the way Chris delivers the news. I'm really enjoying the live episodes on Friday's.

 Apr 19, 2019
GREAT PODCAST! I listen on my way to work at 3:30a, but lately with Ads it cuts off at the end (in middle of comments). Other than that I love the podcast😍 Oh I can't see Chris at 8p cause it can keep this old girl up at nights😎

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 Feb 22, 2019
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The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.

Episode Date
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dying wish: To ‘not be replaced until a new president is installed’

Chris Hayes discusses the breaking news of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.

Sep 19, 2020
Dr. Fauci says he will raise flags if corners are cut on Covid-19 vaccine

Tonight: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the federal government's response to coronavirus, where this country is headed, and what the general public should really expect when it comes to a vaccine. Then, a dire warning from Donald Trump's former Director of National Intelligence that American democracy is in danger. Plus, the new investigation into claims of unnecessary medical procedures at an ICE detention. 

Sep 18, 2020
CDC director says no wide distribution of vaccine until next summer, Trump insists he’s “confused”

Tonight: As the downplaying of the virus continues, why the Trump loyalist spinning Covid-19 science is now headed for the exits. Then, exclusive new reporting of more claims of women undergoing unnecessary hysterectomies at an immigrant detention facility. Plus, new alarms over Donald Trump’s DOJ wingman working to undermine a free and fair election.

Sep 17, 2020
ICE whistleblower speaks out, alleges mass hysterectomies performed on migrant women

Tonight: 49 days until Election Day, and there's one important thing to know about the President's campaign of fear, panic, white backlash and denial of reality: It’s not working. Then, shocking whistleblower allegations of atrocities at an ICE detention center, including forced hysterectomies on women who don't need them. Plus, how Donald Trump is tanking America's trust in a coronavirus vaccine, and creating a culture of paranoid conspiracy believers  

Sep 16, 2020
"Reckless and selfish": Nevada Gov. Sisolak slams Trump for holding indoor rally

Tonight: The President who denies climate change, and the crank who is trying to manipulate Covid-19 data. Then, Trump's indoor and mostly maskless rally in Nevada, which the governor is calling reckless. Plus, Colonel Vindman breaks his silence for the first time since the impeachment trial that cost him his career. 

Sep 15, 2020
Report: Durham aide resigns amid pressure from AG Barr

Tonight: How national unity in the face of catastrophe is so elusive—with Frank Rich. Plus, Exhibit A for why a return to college campuses is so problematic—a video you won’t believe. And why is a President, who deployed armed forces to a Portland protest, ignoring the historic wildfires in the west?

Sep 12, 2020
Russian, Chinese, Iranian hackers targeting 2020 election, Microsoft warns

Tonight: A new warning about the fall from Dr. Fauci—and is a national bar bailout the key to stemming the spread of COVID-19? Then, the Trump administration caught politicizing intelligence on Russian election interference amid a new report today that the Russians tried to hack the Biden campaign. Plus, why the largest fire in the California’s history is a national wake up call on climate catastrophe.

Sep 11, 2020
Tapes reveal Trump understood threat of virus, but lied about it to the public

Tonight: Donald Trump knew. Donald Trump lied. And Donald Trump covered it up. Why Donald Trump's failure is exponentially worse than we ever imagined, what it means for our fight against the pandemic, and what it means for the race to defeat Donald Trump. 

Sep 10, 2020
Michael Cohen: Trump believed Putin was behind his $50M profit in sale of mansion

Tonight: Alarming new details, by way of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, showing just how uncontained this virus is. Then, why on earth is the Department of Justice seeking to defend the President in a defamation case brought by a woman who says Donald Trump raped her? Plus, ahead of Rachel Maddow's big interview with Michael Cohen, a new claim for why the President is beholden to Vladimir Putin.

Sep 09, 2020
Military officials decline to defend Trump after claim he called dead troops “losers”

Tonight: the reporter who first broke the Atlantic report about Trump’s contempt for military service members says this story is just the beginning. Then, another scandal surrounding the Trump-donor who was made Postmaster General: why Louis DeJoy could now be facing a criminal investigation. Plus, 57 days from Election Day, will any of this have any effect on voters at this point?

Sep 08, 2020
Chris Hayes: Trump has turned the U.S. into a global embarrassment

Tonight: A president pushing to rush a vaccine out by Election Day. We'll take a look at what happened the last time someone tried something like that. Plus, top Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias on the Trump call to cheat in North Carolina. Then, Alex Goldstein on why he started @FacesofCOVID, a Twitter page that puts a human face to the toll of the coronavirus.

Sep 04, 2020
Trump tells supporters to break the law, vote twice

Tonight: Two months to Election Day and Donald Trump tells his supporters to vote twice. Then, Nixon White House counsel turned Watergate hero John Dean on Trump's new calls to prosecute political enemies. Plus, Laurie Garrett on the latest CDC move that could undermine a COVID-19 vaccine.

Sep 03, 2020
Trump denies "mini-strokes" amid hospital mystery

Tonight: as the administration bullies everyone "back to school,” new concern that outbreaks on college campuses could bring a COVID-19 third wave. Plus, why is the President repeating conspiracy theories about planeloads of antifa thugs? Ben Collins on Donald Trump's poisonous pipeline of information. Then, Trump denies "mini-strokes" amid hospital mystery.

Sep 02, 2020
"He slapped science right in the face": Pelosi on Trump’s maskless RNC crowd

Tonight: Trump's new favorite medical advisor has a plan to just let the virus keep spreading. Plus, as foreign interference in the election ramps up, why are election security briefings for Congress ramping down? Then, Senator Chris Murphy on the President's chaos campaign strategy, and why he says Trump is "deliberately killing people.”

Sep 01, 2020
Teenage Trump fan charged with the murder of 2 protesters in Kenosha, Wis.

Tonight: Senator Cory Booker on where Biden and Trump stand after conventions, and Rep. Katie Porter on Trump's cheat-the-vote campaign. Then, pro-athletes draw a line, as demands for social justice grow. Ta-Nehisi Coates on what makes this moment different. And in the wake of right-wing murder in Kenosha—reality check on where America's racial violence is really coming from. 

Aug 29, 2020
Bannon charged with defrauding “Build the Wall” donors

Tonight: Biden insider Ron Klain on what his candidate accomplished this week, and what Democrats need to do to win. Then, more shocking details on the scam prosecutors say Steve Bannon ran to dupe Trump voters out of their money. Plus, our new reporting on the U.S. mail slowdown across the country. 

Aug 22, 2020
USPS warns 46 states their voters could be disenfranchised by delayed mail-in ballots

Tonight: The postal service is now telling 46 states that it cannot guarantee mail-in ballots will arrive in time to be counted. Then, Trump promised to slow down testing, and now testing is down 17%, even as coronavirus cases keep rising. Plus, the new Democratic ticket: bringing hope back in the age of Trump.

Aug 15, 2020
Michael Cohen releases forward to new memoir, ‘Disloyal’

Tonight: The President of the United States is actively sabotaging the 2020 election, and he's doing it right in front of us. Then, tax fraud, sex clubs and dodgy Russian deals: Brand new eye-popping revelations from Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen. Plus, the Biden / Harris campaign focuses on getting us out of the COVID-19 crisis, as reports say the true death toll could be over 200,000 Americans.

Aug 14, 2020
Republicans struggle to define Kamala Harris

Tonight: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris appear for the first time together as the Democratic ticket. Then, the impeached President and his cronies are throwing a kitchen sink of racism, sexism, and dirty tricks; pushing a third-party spoiler; and trying to sabotage the postal service to gum up the mail-in election

Aug 13, 2020
It's Kamala Harris.

Tonight: As Kamala Harris becomes the very first woman of color on a presidential ticket, Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett on this historic moment. Plus, the last Democrat to run for Vice President, Tim Kaine, on what Harris can expect when it's time to face Trump and Pence.

Aug 12, 2020
GOP stalls economic help for Americans as Wall Street gets low interest rates

Tonight: As Congress bickers over the coronavirus stimulus, the lives and livelihoods of millions of people hang in the balance—Why there's always money for Wall Street, but not always for working people. Then, DNC Chair Tom Perez is here on how Democrats are trying to protect the election. Plus, as Biden mulls his VP choice, former U.S. House member Katie Hill on the challenges facing that candidate.

Aug 11, 2020
Trump flails for reelection strategy after Plan A falls apart

Tonight: As Trump calls a press conference from the 19th hole, the human toll of the failure to pass any real coronavirus relief. Plus, the head of the Postal Workers Union on the plot demolish the post office before Election Day. And the cult of Trump rides to the President's defense on his amazing journey to Thighland. 

Aug 08, 2020
Stacey Abrams on census freeze: "This is more nefarious than people realize"

Tonight: A total failure on coronavirus and a historically bad economy puts this historically bad president right in league with Herbert Hoover. Then, Stacey Abrams discusses what you can do to protect the election. Plus, Sen. Gary Peters on his new investigation of the sabotage of the Post Office. 

Aug 07, 2020
How the GOP is trying to use Kanye West

Tonight: While the President goes to war on mail-in voting, Republican operatives go to work—to get Kanye West on the ballot to split Joe Biden votes. Then, as Chicago public schools announce they won't be going back into classrooms, why we are headed for national chaos in the fall. Plus, how government failure played a role in the explosion in Beirut and why there's a lesson for America in Lebanon's catastrophe.

Aug 06, 2020
Trump on U.S. coronavirus death toll: “It is what it is”

Tonight: As the President threatens more lawsuits to sabotage the election, why he's now backtracking on just one state where mail-in voting is apparently “not so bad.” Then, Stuart Stevens on Trump's catastrophic interview with Axios. Plus, why Donald Trump's order to stop the census is an unconstitutional power grab. 

Aug 05, 2020
Rep. Grijalva tests positive for COVID-19, calls out GOP colleagues for not wearing masks

Tonight: A desperate president tries to force America back open, and people just keep getting infected. Then, the New York investigation of the Trump Organization describes "extensive and protracted criminal conduct.” Plus, 93 days to election night—but will there be a result? As the president sews chaos to disrupt democracy, what to expect on the night of November 3rd. 

Aug 04, 2020
Chris Hayes: Trump’s campaign strategy is to undermine the election

Tonight: The President pulls campaign ads and hitches his prospects on destroying the integrity of the election. Then, a stark admission from Dr. Fauci on the failure of the federal response to coronavirus. Plus, a shocking new report on how the White House ditched their own COVID-19 testing plan because the affected states vote Democrat. 

Aug 01, 2020
Trump suggests delaying the election even though he can't

Tonight: Trump's brazen strategy to undermine the voting process and throw November into chaos. Then. Barack Obama sounds the alarm—and a call to action in the name of John Lewis. Plus, outrage and panic grip Capitol Hill after the news of Louie Gohmert's COVID diagnosis.  

Jul 31, 2020
Speaker Pelosi mandates masks on House floor as GOP Rep. Gohmert tests positive for COVID-19

Tonight: what we know about Rep. Louie Gohmert, why his staffers are speaking out, and why the Attorney General is getting tested, too. Then, why Bill Barr is suddenly sending troops into three cities in Midwest swing states. Plus, Sen. Chris Murphy on Trump's indifference to Russian funded attacks on U.S. troops. And the new campaign to defeat Susan Collins that the Maine senator may find "disappointing."

Jul 30, 2020
Viral video retweeted by Trump promotes COVID-19 misinformation

Tonight: the life and death stakes of Donald Trump's anti-science agenda. Then, Chuck Schumer on rescue bill negotiations in the Senate, and what sure looks like Donald Trump trying to profit off rescue funds. Plus, the perversion of justice on display at today's William Barr hearing.

Jul 29, 2020
Bernie rips GOP coronavirus relief proposal: "Pathetic would be too mild a word"

Tonight: Why Major League Baseball's COVID-19 outbreak is so much bigger than the game. Then, the Republicans announce their plan to help jobless Americans--by slashing benefits. Plus, how Trump is threatening the election by destroying the post office.

Jul 28, 2020
Trump reportedly trying to trademark ‘telerally’ to pump money into private business

Tonight: How to fight fascism after another night of tear-gas in Portland. Plus, with millions losing their eviction protection tonight, and millions more in danger of losing their homes, Congresswoman Barbara Lee on what needs to be done right now. Then, how Trump's obsession with keeping the FBI headquarters close to his D.C. hotel made it into the COVID-19 relief bill negotiations. 

Jul 25, 2020
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez denounces sexist slur by GOP Rep. Ted Yoho

Tonight: With 4 million coronavirus cases in the United States, and millions of Americans on the brink of economic ruin, Republicans leave town without even a draft of a bill to help. Plus, Robert Reich on the country's slide towards tyranny after another night of tear-gas attacks on protesters. Then, an astonishing moment on Capitol Hill as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes to the House floor to respond to the Republican who accosted her. 

Jul 24, 2020
Trump announces “surge” of federal agents into Chicago

Tonight: Madeleine Albright on the country's slide towards an authoritarian regime. Then, a "Wall of Moms" was teargassed Portland, and the founder speaks with Ali Velshi. Plus, Congressman Adam Schiff on reports that the President tried to get business for his golf resort through the American ambassador to Britain.

Jul 23, 2020
Beto O’Rourke: Texas GOP is a ‘death cult’ that wants you to do the dying

Tonight: As coronavirus records break across America, the President lets it slip they never had a plan and still don’t. Then, Beto O'Rourke on the COVID-19 catastrophe in the Rio Grande Valley and why the Texas Governor is undermining efforts to stop it. Plus, the push to get kids back to school no matter what the risk to them and their families. 

Jul 22, 2020
"Trump has put his head in the sand": Schumer rips U.S. coronavirus response

Tonight: Democrats raising alarms on foreign interference in the election again—Chuck Schumer weighs in. Plus, federal agents attack unarmed protesters in Portland. Then, remembering John Lewis and all he stood for as Democrats fight to save voting rights across America. 

Jul 21, 2020
Federal agents with no identifying insignia pull Portland protesters into unmarked vans

Tonight: Donald Trump sends secret police to snatch Americans off of the street and stuff them into unmarked cars. Oregon's governor says the President is invading Portland as an election stunt. Then, former Surgeon General on the White House lies about rising COVID-19 deaths. Plus, Joy Reid on where this race really stands, and what she has planned for her new show.

Jul 18, 2020
Georgia governor files lawsuit to block Atlanta mask mandate

Tonight: Shocking new levels of denial from the governors doing their best impersonation of the President. Then, Sen. Kamala Harris on her new plan to save Americans from financial ruin. Plus, Nate Cohn of the New York Times on incredible shrinking party of Trump. And Donald Trump's niece on her uncle's racism and use of the n-word.  

Jul 17, 2020
"Completely upside down:" Pelosi on Trump push to reopen schools

As coronavirus cases soar across the country, it's every state for itself, and every school for itself--according to the Trump administration. In Oklahoma, the governor tests positive just weeks after attending that Trump rally in Tulsa. Then, with just weeks until benefits end, what's the plan to protect millions of workers out of work in the pandemic? Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi weighs in.  

Jul 16, 2020
Ivanka Trump tells jobless Americans to "find something new"

Tonight: Florida breaking records in COVID deaths and new cases. As Republicans forge ahead with convention plans. In Texas, hospitals overwhelmed, morgues running out of space, and the Mayor of Houston desperately trying to shut down his city again. Then, what's the White House solution for the millions of Americans now out of a job? Ivanka says just "find something new."

Jul 15, 2020
White House attacks Dr. Fauci as coronavirus cases surge and testing slows

Tonight: why the President is attacking Anthony Fauci instead of the real problem, and why we are still way behind on testing. Then, a juror who convicted Roger Stone calls his commutation "a shocking act of corruption.” Plus, a new racism controversy for Tucker Carlson as the man who writes his scripts resigns in disgrace. Also, 87 years later, the retiring of a racist NFL mascot.

Jul 14, 2020
President Trump commutes Roger Stone's prison sentence

Tonight: Steve Schmidt on the widespread coronavirus failure by the Party of Trump. Then, the grim new reality of a coronavirus death toll that has begun climbing again. Plus, Julian Castro on the looming eviction nightmare for tens of millions on the edge.

Jul 11, 2020
Supreme Court rules Trump can't block release of financial records

Tonight: No one is above the law, especially this impeached President of the United States. Then, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on the nightmare unfolding in his city. Plus, Joe Biden has a plan to put Americans back to work, a plan Elizabeth Warren helped put together—an exclusive interview. Also, the untold "cruelty" of the Trump administration's "family separation" policy—Jacob Soboroff on his new reporting and new book.

Jul 10, 2020
Trump pushes to reopen schools--with no plan

Tonight: Donald Trump's election year plan to send your kids back into schools—at any cost. Then, new reporting on the rapidly growing number of Houston residents dying at home. Plus, why Republicans are now concerned Trump's war on absentee ballots will backfire on them. 

Jul 09, 2020
Chris Hayes: Trump is objectively pro-virus

Tonight: why it sure looks like Donald Trump is on the side of the virus. Then, the book the President doesn't want anyone to see is out—Lynn Sweet has read the tell-all from Donald Trump’s niece. Plus, the down ballot damage from Trump's failure is starting to come into focus.

Jul 08, 2020
Texas hospitals may run out of beds for coronavirus patients

Tonight: As coronavirus cases spike across the country, state and local officials go into crisis mode. But the White House just hopes we get used to it. Plus, a new campaign slogan for the president's platform on defending the symbols of treason and slavery. And the shocking coronavirus data on racial disparities that had to be pried out of the Trump administration's hands. 

Jul 07, 2020
"National humiliation": Chris Hayes compares U.S. coronavirus crisis to rest of world

Tonight: As the U.S. breaks new world records on the coronavirus while Trump tries to spin 11 percent unemployment as a good thing. Then, Jeffrey Epstein's accomplice arrested and charged by the same office whose top prosecutor was just fired by the President. Plus, the big, soft target Trump has made of himself this political ad season. But how much can TV commercials move the needle?



Jul 03, 2020
Trump again claims coronavirus will "disappear" as cases reach record highs

Tonight: why reopening schools is going to be paramount to reopening the economy. Plus, new details on exactly how Russia may be paying insurgents to kill American soldiers. Then, writer James Fallows on the detailed and eloquent pandemic playbooks from the Bush and Obama administrations that Trump entirely ignored.

Jul 02, 2020
L.A. mayor: Police shouldn’t be the solution to everything

Tonight: Four mayors of four major cities tasked with leading through this critical moment in American history. Chris Hayes hosts a special town hall, All In America: The Front Lines of Change.

Jul 01, 2020
Sen. Murphy: What on Earth could Russia do to us that Trump would take seriously?

Tonight: Multiple bombshell reports of Russian bounties on American soldiers in Afghanistan. Congressman Adam Schiff on what happened, and what the President knew. Then, new alarms from public health officials as an out of control pandemic rages—and the Trump campaign is caught removing coronavirus warnings.  

Jun 30, 2020
Chris Hayes calls for Trump to resign: 'Urgent matter of public health, public safety’

Tonight: They were all warned, and they failed us. And it's time for this President to resign. Plus, why Colorado is suddenly investigating a suspicious death in police custody a year after it happened. Then, new polling shows why President's campaign of racial division just isn't working this time around.

Jun 27, 2020
House passes sweeping police reform bill, Pelosi calls it "historic day"

Tonight: Speaker Nancy Pelosi about tonight's big vote on police reform. Then, another shocking death in police custody caught on tape in Arizona, and three North Carolina officers fired after their racist rants were caught on tape. Plus, the new battleground polling that should frighten President Trump. 

Jun 26, 2020
Federal funding cut for coronavirus testing sites as U.S. cases hit single day high

Tonight: Beto O'Rourke on the Trump COVID-19 cover-up, and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy on his regional quarantine for visitors from outbreak states. Then, stunning accusations of corruption inside the Department of Justice: Congressman Eric Swalwell on today's dramatic testimony. Plus, the Atlantic's Adam Serwer on the very simple reason why Trump's attacks on Joe Biden just don't work.

Jun 25, 2020
New reports of European Union's plans to ban U.S. citizens due to coronavirus fears

Tonight: New accusations from inside the Justice Department that they went easy on Roger Stone to please the President. Plus, Stacey Abrams and Jon Ossoff on a big election night in America. Then, U.S. Army soldier arrested in a neo-Nazi terror plot—why doesn't right wing domestic violence break through headlines?  

Jun 24, 2020
U.S. attorney overseeing investigations of Trump allies dismissed

Tonight: More Trump staffers test positive for coronavirus in Tulsa, and new evidence that the President's pandemic response is costing him with voters. Then, what we still don't know about the botched firing of the man investigating Trump's inner circle. And what we now do know about the made-up milkshake poisoning of NYPD. 

Jun 23, 2020
BONUS: Pride + Protest

NBC News NOW and NBC Out present “Pride + Protest,” a conversation hosted by MSNBC’s Joshua Johnson. During Pride month and with the backdrop of the nationwide protests following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and now Rayshard Brooks, Johnson moderates a discussion on being Black and queer in America in 2020.

Jun 20, 2020
Trump threatens protesters ahead of Tulsa rally

Tonight: Our reckless president Donald Trump threatens violence against protesters, ignores his own coronavirus task force, and moves ahead with a potential super spreader event. Then, documentarian Stanley Nelson on this moment, and this President's visit to the scene of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Plus, Jeff Sharlet reports from inside the cult of Trump. And Dr. Ashish Jha on why our coronavirus cases just keep growing.

Jun 20, 2020
How Trump misled U.S. on coronavirus while seeking Chinese reelection help

Tonight: A surprise victory for Dreamers and a nightmare week for Trump. Then, as the coronavirus surges in some red states, the governors begin taking it seriously—but is it already too late? Plus, the new revelations about how Trump's pursuit of reelection help from China played a role in America's catastrophic response to the virus.

Jun 19, 2020
Bolton blames Democrats for failed impeachment despite refusing to testify

Tonight: Murder charges now filed against the police officer who killed Rayshard Brooks. Family lawyer Justin Miller and journalist Wesley Lowery joins Chris Hayes. Then, COVID-19 surging in Alabama, Texas, Arizona, and in Oklahoma, where thousands of Trump supporters are getting ready for the big rally this weekend. Plus, the man who presented the impeachment case against Donald Trump reacts to John Bolton new book. 

Jun 18, 2020
Police union backtracks after accusing restaurant of intentionally poisoning NYPD

Tonight: Congressman Hakeem Jeffries on whether the Trump executive order on police reform means anything. Then, San Francisco Mayor London Breed on the changes she's already making in her city. Plus, armed militia on the streets of Albuquerque, and a protester shot. New Mexico's Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham weighs in. 

Jun 17, 2020
Birdwatcher Christian Cooper on why Black people don’t need to answer to white people calling the police

Tonight: acts of everyday racism continue from San Francisco to New York. Christian Cooper the birdwatcher who had the police called on him weighs in. Plus, why conservatives are fuming after several big Supreme Court decisions today. 

Jun 16, 2020
Trayvon Martin’s mom explains why she’s running for office

Tonight: why is the Trump administration refusing to tell Americans how 500 billion dollars of our money got spread around in the bailout? Congresswoman Katie Porter weighs in. Then, in a time of sweeping change, Reverend Doctor William Barber on Republican "lip service” after the killing of George Floyd. Plus, eight years since the killing of her son Trayvon Martin, Sybrina Fulton has gone from tragedy to activism to politics. 

Jun 13, 2020
Chicago cops caught on camera lounging in burglarized office amid looting

Tonight: Senator Mazie Hirono on her vote to remove Confederate names from military bases. Plus, Symone Sanders on what Joe Biden plans to do as President, and why he's against defunding the police. Then, Congressman Bobby Rush on the video of police lounging his office as looters ran free in Chicago. 

Jun 12, 2020
NASCAR bans the Confederate flag, and the President defends the confederacy

Tonight: The coronavirus is still raging, and Trump's own task force is raising new alarms. Plus, Stacey Abrams on Georgia's spectacular voting failure and what Americans should fear in November. Then, author Heather McGhee on the seismic shift in America's view on racism.

Jun 11, 2020
Introducing: The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

As a bonus for All In listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Season 3 of The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg, an MSNBC podcast hosted by former U.S. Attorney, senior FBI official and acting head of the DEA, Chuck Rosenberg. The Oath is a series of revealing conversations with fascinating men and women who took an oath to serve our nation. Who and what shaped them? What drew them to this work? How did they overcome adversity and failure? These captivating stories exemplify what is best about our country: integrity, civility, service, humility, and collective responsibility. Listen to the first episode with former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta, and subscribe to the series:

Jun 10, 2020
Chris Hayes on why we should be worried that Trump is worried about reelection

Tonight: Why we all need to worry about a President panicking over his own election. Then, the "defund the police" movement--what does that actually mean, and how would that work? Plus, why the state of Arizona is on the brink of a COVID-19 emergency after ignoring CDC guidelines for opening up.

Jun 10, 2020
Sen. Harris says police reform bill is all about "accountability and consequence"

Tonight: Senator Kamala Harris on the push to change policing in America. Then, the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins on the Pentagon infighting over Trump's call to squash protests with military. Plus, how do you defeat Mitch McConnell? One progressive rising star in Kentucky thinks he has the answer.

Jun 09, 2020
Footage captures Buffalo PD pushing 75-year-old protester

Tonight: one police officer who says the era of the "warrior" cop needs to end. And the mayor of Newark, New Jersey on how he achieved peaceful policing of his city's protests. Plus, the growing danger of acting like the COVID-19 pandemic is over when it's still out of control.

Jun 06, 2020
Chris Hayes: Yes, Gov. Cuomo, NYPD are beating peaceful protesters

Tonight: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries on the threat to American democracy. Plus, Masha Gessen on Trump's "performance of fascism.” Republican strategist Stuart Stevens on why Trump's “law and order” campaign isn't paying off. And new questions about who is in control of New York City after last night's brutal police clashes. 

Jun 05, 2020
Fmr. Sec. of Defense Gen. Mattis pens blistering critique of Trump

Tonight: Trump's own former Secretary of Defense General Mattis calls him a threat to the Constitution. Then, new charges for the police officers in the murder of George Floyd, and the progress that could lie ahead. Plus, taking a hard look at the behavior of police unions as the impediment to real police reform.

Jun 04, 2020
Bryan Stevenson: I don’t believe we would win Brown v. Board of Education today

Tonight: Senator Chuck Schumer on the authoritarian Trump and the Republican silence. Chicago's Mayor Lori Lightfoot on the state of the protests and policing. And Bryan Stevenson on how the American justice system continues to fail Americans. 

Jun 03, 2020
Seventh night of protests following death of George Floyd

Tonight: Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett on the way out of this national nightmare. Then, Radley Balko and Brittney Packnett Cunningham on the essential crises of modern policing. Plus, the Chief of Police of Houston, Texas on why he's walking with protesters and urging the President to shut his mouth.

Jun 02, 2020
Ex-officer charged with murder of George Floyd

Tonight: Sen. Cory Booker, Alicia Garza from Black Lives Matter, and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison on the murder charge for the ex-Minneapolis police officer. Then, Dr. Ashish Jha on the increase of infections and new hotspots. Plus, Adam Serwer on whether there could possibly be a worse person in the Oval Office right now.

May 30, 2020
Chris Hayes on Floyd protests: This is what Trump’s America has wrought

Chris Hayes follows live coverage of the protests in Minnesota over the death of George Floyd.

“There is no plan from the President…Not the pandemic. Not the economic crisis. Not the societal inequities. Not predatory policing. Not the protests in Minnesota. Nothing except to make it all worse.”

May 29, 2020
Trump reportedly says pandemic is "so unfair to me!"

Tonight: Dr. Craig Spencer has been in the emergency room for all of it and shares the human experience of working on the frontlines. Then, the very real and very dangerous attack on your right to vote: renowned election lawyer Marc Elias on what can be done to protect democracy from Donald Trump. 

May 28, 2020
Speaker Pelosi: Americans shouldn’t have to choose between their health and their vote

Tonight: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on the Democrats' plan to force a national testing plan and much more. Plus, the good news and the bad news headlines about vaccines. Also, when will we return to workplaces, and what will those spaces look like when we do?

May 27, 2020
BONUS: The Pandemic Behind Bars with Josie Duffy Rice

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with lawyer and president of The Appeal, Josie Duffy Rice, about how the Coronavirus is playing out in jails and prisons, and what can and should be done for incarcerated populations during a pandemic.

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May 23, 2020
Trump claims he will “override the governors” to reopen churches despite not having that power

This Memorial Day weekend, as we approach the unimaginable milestone of one hundred thousand people lost, how can we take the time to remember and mourn the fallen? Then, what to expect on this first big nationwide test of reopening across the country for the long weekend. Plus, a report from a country running the Trump playbook to fight coronavirus with disastrous results—Bill Neely joins us live from Brazil.

May 23, 2020
How the mayor of NJ city built one of best contact tracing systems in U.S.

Tonight: The human cost of closing too late—and opening too soon. What we now know about how the total lack of a coordinated federal response led us to this uniquely American failure. Then, nearly 40 million are unemployed—so why are Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell saying "no more" relief? Plus, the science behind "super spreaders,” and new research on how loud talkers in large groups could be a recipe for outbreaks. 

May 22, 2020
Trump allies recruit doctors to support the President's views, push reopening

Tonight: With an out of control pandemic, a collapsed economy, and poll numbers going against him, the President begins his assault on Democracy itself. Michigan's Secretary of State is here to respond to Trump's wild attack on absentee voting. Then, the effort to get Trump-friendly medicine men to tell us it's safe out there, while the experts at the CDC get the "muzzle." Plus, the new reporting on just what exactly Mike Pomeo and Donald Trump are trying to cover up.

May 21, 2020
"Trump isn't just the president. He's also a client": Chris Hayes on use of unproven COVID-19 drug

Tonight: Why we're all paying for a President stuck in his own weird information bubble, spurning help from the rest of the world. Then, the high stakes gamble of reopening early--and the Florida government official who says she was ousted for refusing to manipulate the data. Plus, why Joe Biden is about to make the most consequential vice presidential pick in American history.

May 20, 2020
Trump fires four inspectors general in two months

Tonight: Starting in the beginning of April, Trump has been firing the very people meant to hold his administration accountable, the inspectors general. But his latest firing may be the most provocative and perhaps the most clearly lawless yet. 

May 19, 2020
BONUS: The Cost of Division with Heather McGhee

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author Heather McGhee about why African Americans are getting hit hardest by the Coronavirus, and how this public health crisis shines a light on the ramifications of policies rooted in the legacy of racism.

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May 16, 2020
Chris Hayes to right-wing: Nothing is stupider than not wearing a mask as "a badge of honor"

Tonight: Wearing masks is one of the most obvious steps toward getting back anywhere close to normal, but our President would rather have a culture war. Plus, how the “freedom protestors” temporarily shut down democracy in Michigan. Then, former CIA director John Brennan on the President’s corruption of the rule of law. 

May 16, 2020
Trump turns focus from deadly pandemic to scorched Earth reelection campaign

Tonight: Under cover of the crisis he's made worse, new signs the President is abusing his power to attack political enemies and benefit corrupt associates. Then, America hears from the coronavirus whistleblower that the White House tried to silence for speaking the truth about the lack of a plan, and who warns of "America's darkest winter" ahead.

May 15, 2020
32 countries are beating coronavirus. The U.S. isn't one.

Tonight: Chris Hayes looks at how the U.S.’s coronavirus response compares to that of other countries: “It's really hard to look at all this data and come to any conclusion other than that our leaders are failing.”

May 14, 2020
BONUS: Solidarity in Disaster with Rebecca Solnit

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author Rebecca Solnit about how people are finding creative ways to reach out and foster community while remaining isolated from the world and those we love.

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May 09, 2020
"I’m qualified and ready": Stacey Abrams on potential VP tap from Biden

Tonight: Stacey Abrams on whether she has the experience to be Vice President: “My only obligation and my only opportunity is to be as forthright and clear as I can, and that is to say: Yes, I’m qualified and ready.” Plus, Just about every day brings a new story about the incompetence and corruption that seems to follow in the wake of Jared Kushner. And yet, he just keeps being given more to do.

May 07, 2020
Trump admin. left Native Americans waiting for COVID-19 aid for 39 days

Tonight: Up until Monday, zero dollars had been dispersed to help Native American tribal communities. Rep. Holland, one of the two first Native American women to serve in the House, weighs in. Then, Sen. Murphy on comparisons between coronavirus and gun violence in U.S.: “On gun violence, there’s a really powerful political constituency on the other side we have to beat. What makes the Trump administration’s lack of response so unconscionable is there isn’t a political force on the other side.”

May 06, 2020
Harvard expert: Trump should follow his own reopen plan

Tonight: Tyson Belanger, an Iraq war veteran and the owner of an assisted living facility in Connecticut, never thought he’d be on the front lines again. But since the outbreak of COVID-19, he has gone to extraordinary lengths to protect the lives of his residents and his staff. Then, Chris Hayes breaks down the right-wing’s "escaped from the lab" theory of coronavirus origin.

May 05, 2020
BONUS: Going Viral with Carl Bergstrom

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author and biology professor Carl Bergstrom about what we do and don’t know, what the experts are debating, and what it means to have the first ever quarantine in the age of the internet.

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May 02, 2020
What if you pretend COVID-19 doesn’t exist? Look at meatpacking plants for answer.

Tonight: Chris Hayes looks at meatpacking plants, which are among the biggest coronavirus clusters across the country. With 115 facilities across 19 states affected by coronavirus, there are nearly 5,000 workers infected. Then, Chris Hayes honors some of the many people we have lost to the coronavirus, and argues for the federal government to release funding for funeral services: “Can’t we as Americans do this one small thing? What kind of country are we if we don’t?”

May 02, 2020
Trump: U.S. coronavirus death totals "very, very strong"

Tonight: Chris Hayes discusses Trump's refusal to authorize FEMA to release relief funding for burials amid the pandemic: “That small little bit of inaction, of utter cold-heartedness says everything you need to know about the way that he has navigated this crisis.” Then, Rep. Max Rose (D-NY) and Chris Hayes discuss the absence from the top of the government of any expression of collective grief, mourning, or honor for people facing this unprecedented situation.

May 01, 2020
Evidence suggests coronavirus death toll much higher than official count

Tonight: While coronavirus truthers say the virus “just isn’t that deadly and dangerous,” new data from the CDC suggests that we are significantly undercounting the deaths from COVID-19. Then, Chris Hayes on why we should bail out the Ritz-Carlton.

Apr 30, 2020
"Coronavirus Trutherism:" Chris Hayes on Fox News' COVID-19 hypocrisy

Tonight: Chris Hayes discusses Fox News’ attempt to play down the coronavirus and convince viewers that the experts were wrong. Plus, The Trump administration didn’t want to use the Defense Production Act to force companies to produce ventilators and PPE, but they’ve finally found a proper use for it. On Tuesday, Trump signed an executive order to make people go to work in meat processing plants, which have been at the center of some of the largest coronavirus outbreaks in the nation.

Apr 29, 2020
Al Gore on Trump pandemic response: "Irresponsible, incompetent, and disgraceful performance"

Tonight: Former Vice President Al Gore talks to Chris Hayes about the Trump pandemic response and the environmental implications of the coronavirus crisis.

“We’ve got to get through this in spite of Donald Trump. But it has been an irresponsible, incompetent, and in many ways disgraceful performance.”

Apr 28, 2020
BONUS: The Last Great Pandemic with John M. Barry

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing recent episodes of his original podcast, “Why Is This Happening?”, that are focused on dynamics around the Coronavirus. In this episode, he talks with author John M. Barry about what we learned from the last great pandemic. 

You don’t have to dig deep into the 1918 influenza before finding eerie similarities to today. John M. Barry’s meticulously researched account of the 1918 pandemic in his book “The Great Influenza” was so affecting that it inspired then President George W. Bush to develop a comprehensive pandemic plan after reading it. There’s no one better to discuss the similarities and differences to what played out a century ago and the far-reaching reverberations this moment will have.

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Apr 25, 2020
Why wearing a mask matters: coronavirus transmission explained

Tonight: Rep. Adam Schiff and Chris Hayes discuss how President Trump’s impeachment proceedings foreshadowed his chaotic and narcissistic pandemic response. Then, Dr. Rasmussen, a virologist and associate research scientist at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health, explains the main vectors driving infection of the coronavirus. 

Apr 25, 2020
Air pollution drops around the world amid coronavirus lockdowns

Tonight: Gov. Steve Sisolak responds to the mayor of Las Vegas saying she’s ready for the city to open and its people to be a control: “There is no way I will allow the mayor to use our citizens or our workers as a petri dish.” 

Plus, the planet has seen a drastic decline in emissions since lockdown began. But this is merely a glimpse of what the planet could look like if we move past fossil fuels. 

Apr 24, 2020
Top vaccine doctor forced out amid pandemic

Tonight: Top vaccine doctor Rick Bright was sidelined because he pushed back against the President's constant shilling for an untested malaria drug as the “magical” cure for coronavirus. Chris Hayes says on the corruption scale from 1 to 10, this is an 11. Then, Chris Hayes talks to Seth Meyers about the mixed experiences of hosting a show from home, the “Ground Hog Day” quality of quarantine life, and raising kids in this moment. 

Apr 23, 2020
19 Wisconsin coronavirus cases reportedly linked to Election Day

Tonight: Talking Points Memo reports at least 19 people who voted in-person or worked at a polling site in Wisconsin have tested positive for coronavirus. But one state senator told reporters today, "I fear this is just the beginning." Then, A second worker from a Sioux Falls, South Dakota meat processing plant has died of coronavirus, as the plant becomes a major virus hotspot.

Apr 22, 2020
Fox News promotes stay-at-home protests while staying at home

Tonight: Fox News has had 87 individual segments in the past week discussing, advocating, and promoting the protests for stay-at-home orders. But the Fox News hosts themselves are staying home. Plus, for the first time ever, U.S. oil prices have plunged into negative territory, meaning people would pay you to take their oil. Why did this happen? And what happens next? Dan Dicker, expert on independent oil traders and energy markets, explains. 

Apr 21, 2020
Chris Hayes on how uniquely devastating and deadly the coronavirus is

Tonight: A new survey from the James Beard Foundation found that only 1 in 5 restaurant owners in cities that are shutdown are certain they will be able to stay in business until things get back to normal. Chef and restuarant owner Tom Collichio weighs in. Plus, Chris Hayes breaks down how uniquely devastating and deadly the coronavirus is.

Apr 18, 2020
Harvard virus expert: Lack of nasal swabs is one reason economy is shut down

Tonight: Dr. Ashish Jha, director of Harvard Global Health Institute, tells Chris Hayes that one of the reasons trillions of dollars of economic activity has been paused is because health care workers don’t have proper nasal swabs for coronavirus testing. Plus, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on Trump threatening to defund WHO.

Apr 17, 2020
Florida governor under fire for declaring WWE "essential"

Tonight: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is under fire for declaring pro wrestling an "essential service." Reporter Dave Zirin tells Chris Hayes that this “stinks with the words ‘quid pro quo.’” Plus, Chris Hayes shares stories of solidarity, compassion, and ingenuity.

Apr 16, 2020
Speaker Pelosi on House meeting amid pandemic: "Not as easy as you would think"

Tonight: Speaker Nancy Pelosi discusses the challenges of making Congress work amid the pandemic, the future of the post office, the next coronavirus rescue bill, and more. Plus, the Wisconsin GOP tried to say, “Your vote or your life.” And it backfired. Ben Wikler, Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, weighs in. 

Apr 15, 2020
Gov. Cuomo responds to Trump claim that states "can’t do anything without his approval"

Tonight: Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York responds to Trump’s comments about his authority as president at Monday’s press briefing: “I don’t know why he would say that. I don’t know why he would take us down that path.” Plus, Grocery shelves are empty, yet farmers are destroying crops: How coronavirus scrambled the U.S. food supply.

Apr 14, 2020
ER doctor on what it’s like to survive coronavirus

Tonight: Dana Kass, an emergency medicine doctor, tells Chris Hayes what it’s like to have the coronavirus. Plus, NYU professor and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer argues that we will need to test people on a massive scale in order to get out of the pandemic, with millions of Americans getting tests every single day. Then, MSNBC Correspondent Trymaine Lee and Chris Hayes discuss the horror stories of unchecked infections and inmates essentially being left to die in state, local, and federal detention facilities around the country. 

Apr 11, 2020
Sanders confirms Obama, Biden conversations before ending campaign

Tonight: In his first TV interview since suspending his campaign, Sen. Bernie Sanders talks to Chris Hayes about the decision to end his candidacy for president, Joe Biden’s movement in a more progressive direction, and the coronavirus response. Plus, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses how existing social inequalities—especially racial ones—are amplifying the effects of the coronavirus. 

Apr 10, 2020
Sen. Murphy on mental health effects in aftermath of coronavirus

Tonight: The President tweeted that the virus “must be quickly forgotten.” Chris Hayes says that is an admission of guilt and failure—and a recipe for disaster. 

Apr 09, 2020
Wisconsin GOP forces voters to the polls amid global pandemic

Tonight: Mandela Barnes, the Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, on the state holding an election amid a global pandemic: “We got to this point because of a long trend of voter suppression that’s been going on across the state and across the country.” Plus, Journalist Will Oremus took the time to look into the toilet paper shortage, and it turns out there is a good reason for it. Hint: it’s not the irrational hoarding of toilet paper.

Apr 08, 2020
Amy Klobuchar: Trump went from "I alone can fix this" to "I am backup"

Tonight: Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells Chris Hayes, “I was thinking back to the Republican convention when Donald Trump stood in front of America and said, ‘I alone can fix this.’ Now, he is saying, ‘I’m back up to the state governors.'" Then, Captain Crozier risked his career to blow the whistle about the coronavirus outbreak on his ship. In newly leaked audio, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly slams the captain as “stupid.” Rep. Luria (D-Virginia) weighs in. 

Apr 07, 2020
The terrifying trend of coronavirus in nursing homes

Tonight: NBC News editor Benjy Sarlin tells the story of how his father contracted coronavirus in a nursing home in New York. Then, Lt. General Russel Honore, commander of Joint Task Force Katrina, on Jared Kushner saying that distributing lifesaving materials from the federal stockpile is not the government's job: “He doesn’t know what the hell he’s talking about. He’s totally clueless.” 

Apr 04, 2020
Chris Hayes: The pandemic is coming for every state

Tonight: Some Republican governors continue to act like coronavirus is not going to hit them hard. They’re wrong. Then, Sen. Chuck Schumer sent President Trump a letter asking him to invoke the Defense Production Act. The senator tells Chris Hayes about the written response he received from Trump on Thursday. Also, Chris Hayes remembers some of the victims of COVID-19.

Apr 03, 2020
Captain of aircraft carrier begs Navy for help as 93 sailors test positive for COVID-19

Tonight: The U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt is evacuating thousands of crew members after the captain wrote to his superiors, pleading with them to protect his sailors as coronavirus infected at least 93 on board. Plus, while the Trump administration claims to be focused on the crisis at hand, they have also been using the last month to pursue all kinds of ideological and policy vendettas.

Apr 02, 2020
How coronavirus survivors could help save new patients

Tonight: Scientists seek to use antibodies in the blood of people who have recovered from coronravirus to treat new patients or as the basis for a vaccine. Dr. Pete Hotez, Co-Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development, weighs in. Then, Governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut on the ventilator market amid the coronavirus pandemic: “It’s like surge pricing on Uber—only at the last minute the car drives away.”

Apr 01, 2020
Evangelical pastor reopens university, 12 students display COVID-19 symptoms

Tonight: Jenny Durkan, the mayor of Seattle, explains how Governor Jay Inslee and local government in Washington state took things into their own hands to slow the spread of coronavirus. Then, Sen. Chris Murphy on Trump’s uneven federal response to COVID-19. Plus, Jerry Falwell Jr. ordered his students and staff back to Liberty University last week. Now, at least 12 students are showing coronavirus-like symptoms. 

Mar 31, 2020
Gov. Cuomo on the fight against coronavirus: "This all comes down to ventilators"

Tonight: Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York has received 4,000 ventilators from the federal government. But he estimates the state will need 40,000 to fight the coronavirus. Then, Chris Hayes breaks down the dire need for ventilators in the U.S.: “This is a simple matter of life and death. If we don't get more ventilators, more people will die.” Plus, Chris Hayes spreads positivity with moving video and his kids.

Mar 28, 2020
Stacey Abrams on how coronavirus stimulus package shortchanges election funding

Tonight: Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams tells Chris Hayes that the $400 million Congress set aside for election funding is a start. But not enough. Plus, As Americans settle in to large scale stay-home orders, people in China are just ending their time on lockdown. New Yorker staff writer Peter Hessler relays his experiences the past two months in Chengdu, China. Then, Chris Hayes breaks down the latest good news and bad news about the coronavirus pandemic. 

Mar 27, 2020
Rep. Katie Porter explains the good and the bad of the coronavirus bill

Tonight: Rep. Katie Porter breaks down the good and the bad in the $2 trillion coronavirus package—and discusses the logistics of how Congress will vote amid the pandemic. Then, Gov. Larry Hogan, Republican governor of Maryland, tells Chris Hayes that he, and many other governors on both sides of the aisle, are not happy with Trump’s messaging about opening up the economy by Easter. Plus, Chris Hayes discusses a few hopeful signs.

Mar 26, 2020
AOC on the coronavirus rescue bill

Tonight: Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) talks to Chris Hayes about leadership amid the coronavirus pandemic, calling Trump’s behavior and rhetoric “wildly irresponsible.” Then, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez on the coronavirus relief package: “We really need to make sure that the dollars and dimes actually make sense and add up for a working family’s expenses for a month.”

Mar 25, 2020
Bernie Sanders on the coronavirus response: "Act in an unprecedented way"

Tonight: Sen. Sanders tells Chris Hayes, “Our job is to act in an unprecedented way, both in terms of healthcare and the economy.” Then, Chris Hayes talks to New York Times columnist Ben Smith about the dangers of the media downplaying the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, Chris Hayes on the school of thought growing on the right that the benefit of keeping people alive is not worth the cost of the economy.

Mar 24, 2020
GOP senators sold stock after secret coronavirus briefing

Chris Hayes says the country faces three crises right now, all interrelated. The first is the public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The second is the economic crisis caused by efforts to battle the first crisis. And the third is a leadership crisis caused by a person running the federal government who is completely incapable of dispatching his duties.

Mar 21, 2020
U.S. faces a dire shortage of ventilators

Tonight: Hospitals across the country do not have enough life-saving ventilators to deal with the increasing number of patients due to the coronavirus outbreak. Then, Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) tells Chris Hayes the federal government should consider bailing out employers who continue to pay furloughed employees’ wages amid the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, Chris Hayes on the vacuum of leadership in the era of coronavirus.

Mar 20, 2020
Two members of House test positive for COVID-19

Tonight: Among detained populations, the coronavirus is ‘a recipe for disaster,’ says Dr. Jonathan Giftos, who formerly worked at Rikers Island. Then, Chris Hayes on whether we can battle the virus and allow normal life to continue.

Mar 19, 2020
Voting goes ahead in FL, IL, AZ despite coronavirus

Chris Hayes hosts continuing coverage of Tuesday's Democratic Primaries as well as the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.

Mar 18, 2020
Elizabeth Warren explains economic stimulus coronavirus package

Tonight: CT Gov. Ned Lamont tells Chris Hayes that "Danbury Hospital is at capacity, and they have 200 nurses furloughed." But they can't back to work because "they can't be tested to confirm whether they have the virus." Plus, Elizabeth Warren explains economic stimulus coronavirus package: “Let’s learn what we should have learned from the 2008 crash...When we do a stimulus package it needs to be big enough to meet the moment.”

Mar 17, 2020
How Trump's mistakes made coronavirus worse

Tonight: The President's allies insist he's doing a great job with coronavirus—and they want him to hear it. Then, Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Michigan) gives advice to leaders on how to handle the coronavirus. Plus, Politico's Dan Diamond lays out how the President's mismanagement contributed to the growing crisis.  

Mar 14, 2020
ER doctor explains what to do if you start showing coronavirus symptoms
Mar 13, 2020
Chris Hayes on how the U.S. is on Italy's coronavirus trajectory

Tonight: the new calls for more dramatic action, and what Americans can do to protect themselves against coronavirus. Plus, what we learned when Bernie Sanders finally addressed the media today.

Mar 12, 2020
Chris Hayes: Despite what Trump says, the U.S is in a coronavirus outbreak.

Tonight: new cases, new deaths, and new concerns about exponential growth of the coronavirus in America. Plus, what we know about four members of Congress self-quarantining after contact with a coronavirus patient. 

Mar 10, 2020
Trump taps Mark Meadows to replace Mulvaney as chief of staff

Tonight: Donald Trump's grand deception in the face of a pandemic. Plus, how markets understand coronavirus better than the President. Then, how the Democratic race was turned on its head in 7 short days—and how African American voters are driving that change.

Mar 07, 2020
Quarantined nurse raises alarms over being denied coronavirus test

Tonight: where Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders stand, and the legacy of Elizabeth Warren's candidacy. Then, the failure of the Trump administration on coronavirus as the President suggests it would be “fine” for people with the virus to go to work. Plus, new evidence that Jared Kushner made a tremendous amount of money thanks to a policy he pushed in the White House.

Mar 06, 2020
Chris Hayes on Trump’s failing response to coronavirus

Tonight: the impact of Bloomberg's departure and endorsement, what we know about Elizabeth Warren's future, and the remarkable turnout fueling the Biden resurgence. Then, why the ongoing failure of the Trump administration's coronavirus response is making things much worse.

Mar 05, 2020
The scramble for delegates ahead of Super Tuesday

Tonight: the earthquake in the Democratic field ahead of Super Tuesday, and what it means for the all important delegate math. Then, alarming new reporting about the government response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Mar 03, 2020
BONUS: Introducing Into America

As a bonus for All In listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Into America, a new podcast about politics, about policy, and the power that both have in shaping the lives of the American people. It is hosted by Trymaine Lee and features the journalists of NBC News.

For the first episode, Trymaine heads to East New York, a community that experienced more stops than any other part of New York City under Former Mayor Bloomberg’s stop and frisk policy. In order to have a real shot at the Democratic nomination, Bloomberg needs the support of Black voters. Days before announcing his candidacy, Bloomberg apologized for the policing tactic. But will his past decision to champion the use of stop and frisk hurt his chances?

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Feb 29, 2020
Elizabeth Warren on Mike Pence leading the coronavirus response: "I cannot think of a worse person."

Tonight: the latest on the spread of coronavirus, the testing shortage, the government whistleblower, and why the Trump administration wants us to trust politicians over doctors. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren on the coronavirus leadership test, super PACs and more.

Feb 29, 2020
Chris Hayes speaks with undecided black voters ahead of the South Carolina primary

Tonight: the stock market plummets as we get new information about the administration's incompetent handling of the coronavirus. Plus, the stakes of this election with Super Tuesday right round the corner.

Feb 28, 2020
Chris Hayes on Syria's unfolding humanitarian crisis

Tonight: the President's response to what could be the biggest emergency of his term, and the muddled messaging from his own team. Then, the latest on the outbreak itself as the virus spreads to at least three more countries. Plus, the latest on the 2020 race, and what the polls say about Bloomberg’s trajectory.

Feb 27, 2020
Chris Hayes: Trump is worried coronavirus will be bad for his re-election

Tonight: what we know about the spread of coronavirus, and how a President, worried about his own re-election, is leading the response. Then, why the Roger Stone jury was reconvened amid more attacks from the President. Plus, Ben Smith and Lydia Polgren on whether the American media is about to repeat the same mistakes of 2016. 

Feb 26, 2020
How Senator Bernie Sanders won in Nevada

Tonight: New reporting that the Trump purge of "disloyal" government officials is as bad as it looks. Then, as coronavirus cases grow outside of China and global markets panic, what the Trump administration should be doing. 

Feb 25, 2020
BONUS: The Uninhabitable Earth with David Wallace-Wells

Is it too late for us? Scientists have spent decades sounding the alarm on the devastating effects of climate change. And for decades, society decided to do pretty much nothing about it. In fact, over the past 30 years, we’ve done more damage to the climate than in all of human history. Now, there’s a real chance we may have waited too long to avoid widespread tragedy and suffering. In his book “The Uninhabitable Earth”, David Wallace-Wells depicts a catastrophic future far worse than we ever imagined...and far sooner than we thought. It is undoubtedly a brutal truth to face, as you will hear in this episode, but if there’s any hope to avert the worst case scenarios, we have to start now.

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Feb 22, 2020
Mick Mulvaney admits ‘we need more immigrants’

New details about Russian interference to help Trump, and to help the Democratic front-runner too. Then, the latest effort by Republicans to mess with the census. On the eve of the Nevada Caucus, a big announcement from Bloomberg about the women who accused him of sexual harassment.

Feb 22, 2020
NYT: Trump angered over warning to lawmakers about Russian efforts to get him re-elected

Tonight: Roger Stone sentenced to prison, despite incredible pressure from the President. Then, a bombshell claim by Julian Assange that a US congressman offered him a pardon…on instructions from the President. 

Feb 21, 2020
Can we trust Trump to handle coronavirus?

Tonight: as the President continues to attack Roger Stone's judge, are more pardons on the way? Plus, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on what Democrats can do about an out of control President. Then, Senator Brian Schatz on why he says the Trump administration is woefully unprepared to deal with coronavirus. 

Feb 19, 2020
The loud drumbeat for Bill Barr's resignation gets louder

Tonight: Thousands of former Justice Department officials call for Barr's resignation. Then, new reporting on Trump's ruthless search for the "anonymous" resister inside the White House. And on this Presidents Day, a look at how the decisions candidates make can shape generations to come.

Feb 18, 2020
BONUS: Protecting Trans Rights with Chase Strangio

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing some of his favorite episodes of his original podcast, Why Is This Happening?, right here over the next few weekends. In this episode, he talks with Chase Strangio, a trans man and lawyer at the ACLU, about many of the complex factors at play in the fight for transgender rights.

The Trump administration wants to legalize transgender discrimination in the workplace. This conversation breaks down how we reached this point. From the ways our social system constructs and uses gender, to the law and its limitations, to the political struggles within the LGBTQ community, Chase Strangio discusses many of the complex factors at play in the fight for transgender rights. A lawyer at the ACLU and a trans man himself, Strangio has been at the epicenter of the extremely high stakes battle for transgender people to receive equality and recognition. Right now, he is part of the legal team preparing to challenge the Trump administration before the Supreme Court, representing a woman fired for being trans.

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Feb 15, 2020
How organizers are attempting to lay the groundwork for 2020 success

Tonight: Chuck Rosenberg on what separates America from an authoritarian spiral. Plus, is there really such things as moderate and progressives lane in the Democratic Primary? Then, we hear from the organizers attempting to lay the groundwork for 2020 success. Also, Chef Andrew Zimmern on the politics of food in Trump's America. 

Feb 15, 2020
Chris Hayes: We need to hear from more former White House staffers

Tonight: Neal Katyal on what Congress can do to rein in Trump's abuse of power. Plus, Steve Kornacki and Michelle Goldberg on what could be many pathways to a Democratic victory. Then, Trymaine Lee reports on how South Carolina sees the Democratic field.

Feb 14, 2020
Trump cheers DOJ intervention in Roger Stone case

Tonight: the aftermath of the mass exodus at the Justice Department, and how Democrats plan to get answers from an Attorney General executing the President's wishes. Then, Democratic front-runner Senator Bernie Sanders on his big win in New Hampshire, and Senator Elizabeth Warren on her call to end Trump corruption. Plus, can anyone really predict who is the most electable candidate?

Feb 13, 2020
Chris Hayes: Trump is weak, and beatable

Tonight: DNC Chair Tom Perez on how Democrats can unite to take on Trump. Then, the architect of Barack Obama's elections on where this race stands in New Hampshire and beyond. Plus, why William Barr is now openly admitting to working with Rudy Giuliani to investigate the President's political foes.

Feb 11, 2020
BONUS: The Uneven Playing Field with Howard Bryant

Professional sports are never more than an inch away from the deepest core of what's happening in America. They are an amazing crucible of politics and culture that manage to reflect the issues we are working through as a country. And because these spaces are so integrated, particularly in football and basketball, racial politics quickly come to the foreground. This is the intersection Howard Bryant examines in his new book "Full Dissidence: Notes from an Uneven Playing Field". In it, he explores what it means to be black in an industry hostile to blackness. Why isn't Colin Kaepernick playing in the NFL, why do football games have military flyovers, and when do opinions become dangerous? What is happening with the Houston Astros cheating scandal? And why should non-sports fans care about what happens to players with multi-million-dollar contracts? Bryant has the answers.

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Full Dissidence by Howard Bryant

Twilight of the Elites by Chris Hayes

Feb 08, 2020
Post-debate special LIVE from New Hampshire

Chris Hayes hosts a post-debate special live from New Hampshire. He is joined by several candidates, including Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar. 

Feb 08, 2020
Trump delivers his real State of the Union during White House victory lap

Tonight: how Donald Trump's post-impeachment performance brings the stakes of 2020 into stark relief. Then, how the White House is now mobilizing the executive branch for retribution. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren joins Chris live in New Hampshire. 

Feb 07, 2020
Democrats, Independents, and a Republican vote to remove Donald Trump from office

Tonight: why today's vote could have wide-ranging implications for 2020 and beyond. Plus, what we know about what's happening in Iowa, and where the race stands as New Hampshire approaches.

Feb 06, 2020
BONUS: The Meaning of Impeachment with Kate Shaw

Now might be a good time to get acquainted with impeachment. In fact, we here at #WITHpod believe everyone should listen to an hour-long conversation with a person who is not only familiar with the history of impeachment but who also has granular expertise in that area of law. Heck, how great would it be if that constitutional law scholar once clerked on the Supreme Court and has firsthand experience working in a White House administration!

Well luckily for us, Chris Hayes knows such a person. Because he lives with her. And is married to her. That’s right y’all, Kate Shaw is back and we have no chill about it. Listen to Professor Shaw weigh in on where we are in this moment, the history, the law, the legal theory, the practice, and much more.


Impeach by Neal Katyal

The Impeachers by Brenda Wineapple


The Rule of Law in the Era of Trump with Kate Shaw

Impeaching a President with Brenda Wineapple

Strict Scrutiny

Feb 01, 2020
White House scrambles to keep Bolton quiet

Tonight: Sen. Whitehouse on the "legal mumbo jumbo" Trump's lawyers have been spewing during the impeachment trial. Then, John Bolton's book reportedly contains damaging information that would bolster the heart of the House's impeachment case. But to consider it, the Senate needs 51 votes to call him. Plus, Chris Hayes pulls the receipts on Republicans' Ukraine corruption claims.

Jan 29, 2020
INTRODUCING: So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

Lesson one: win Iowa. An astounding number of Democrats and Republicans won their party's nomination after winning first in the Iowa caucuses—but America's first battleground hasn't always been a priority for campaigns. Jimmy Carter was the first to realize that a win there could propel a candidate into the national spotlight.

Chris Matthews examines Carter's approach to the 1972 campaign with Gerry Rafshoon, who handled political advertising for the candidate, and veteran journalist Judy Woodruff, who covered the campaign in her early years with NBC.

Jan 27, 2020
Mitch McConnell announces how the Senate trial will proceed

Tonight: the President's new outlandish defense, and what all of this means for witnesses. Plus, just how involved was Devin Nunes in the Ukraine scheme? And as citizens across the country marked the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, just what was happening in Richmond, Virginia on Monday?

Jan 21, 2020
Trump picks Epstein lawyers for impeachment

Tonight: what we've learned during the Pelosi pause, and how that could change the trial. Then, Constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe on the Dershowitz defense of Trump. Plus, exploring the Jeffrey Epstein connections to the Trump legal team. Also, new alarms over who the President's Attorney General is choosing to investigate.

Jan 18, 2020
The impeachment trial of Donald Trump begins

Tonight: the implications of what Lev Parnas is claiming…for the President, for the Vice President, for the Attorney General, and for the rest of Trump World. Plus, Trump’s loyalists struggle to defend a man who gets further implicated every day.

Jan 17, 2020
A witness at the center of Donald Trump's impeachment speaks out

Tonight: previewing Rachel Maddow's exclusive interview with Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate Lev Parnas. Why it now looks like Ukraine's corrupt prosecutor was offering dirt on Joe Biden for the firing of Marie Yovonovitch. Plus, what we're learning from Wednesday’s new trove of impeachment evidence.

Jan 16, 2020
House releases ‘incredibly incriminating’ trove of documents from Lev Parnas

Tonight: House Democrats unveil a trove of documents provided by Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate. What we're learning from hand written notes by Lev Parnas, what looks like a plan to tail the American ambassador to Ukraine, and what all of the means as Democrats and the White House as they prepare for the trial of Donald Trump.

Jan 15, 2020
Trump’s latest lies about his push to end healthcare coverage for pre-existing conditions

Tonight: why the White House is reportedly preparing for at least four Republicans to vote to allow witnesses in the trial of Donald Trump. Then, Senator Chris Murphy on White House deception about Iran. Plus, three weeks from Iowa, a crowded leader board comes into focus. 

Jan 14, 2020
New reporting that Trump’s escalation with Iran was connected to his impeachment fears

Tonight: What we know about the looming trial of Donald Trump. Plus, Trump juror Senator Cory Booker on the trial of Donald Trump—and what it means for 2020. Then, why Facebook's new decision to allow lies in political ads is putting a thumb on the scale for Donald Trump.

Jan 11, 2020
Congress moves to check the President as the House votes on a war powers resolution

Tonight: how the President has lost public opinion on his escalation of the Iran crisis. Plus, Republicans lash out as Speaker Pelosi continues to hold the impeachment articles. Then, the growing outcry over Donald Trump's plan to drastically weaken environmental law.

Jan 10, 2020
Senators on the White House briefing to Congress: "Sophomoric and utterly unconvincing"

Tonight: where we stand after Iran's retaliation, what we learned when the White House’s attempt to justify the assassination of Soleimani, what we know about what's happening in Iraq and Iran. Plus, new pressure to start the impeachment trial in the Senate. And the growing calls for the House to subpoena John Bolton.   

Jan 09, 2020
Iran takes responsibility for ballistic missiles targeting U.S. forces

Richard Engel reports from Erbil, Iraq as Iran claims credit for multiple missile attacks on military bases in Iraq housing U.S. forces. Then, Steve Schmidt tells Chris Hayes that we stand at the most dangerous moment in the Middle East that we’ve lived through following the attack on U.S. forces in Iraq. Chris Hayes ends the show with this message: "A war with Iran is madness, and it is strategically and morally a disaster in the making. And don't believe anyone who tells you otherwise."

Jan 08, 2020
New alarms over the President's threat of war crimes

Tonight: why John Bolton says he's now willing to talk—will House Democrats subpoena Bolton if Mitch McConnell won’t? Then, the Pentagon scrambles to clarify a “mistake” letter announcing withdrawal from Iraq. Plus, how the mistakes that led to war in Iraq may be repeating themselves all over again.

Jan 07, 2020
Iran vows "revenge" over top general’s killing

Tonight: the fallout from the strike to kill Iran's top general. Then, the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins on how the death of Qasem Soleimani is a crucial turning point for the entire Middle East. Plus, how Chuck and Nancy are trying to keep up the pressure on Mitch McConnell.

Jan 04, 2020
Senate staffer portrayed in ‘The Report’ responds to Pompeo

Tonight: what we're learning from newly unredacted Pentagon emails, why Democrats are calling for more impeachment evidence and witnesses, and will Republicans plow ahead with the cover up? Plus, what we know about what happened at the US Embassy in Iraq - and why the President's policies are being blamed. Then, as another candidate leaves the race, new fundraising numbers that show wild enthusiasm for the Democratic field.

Jan 03, 2020
Trump’s strange habit of retweeting obscure accounts

Tonight: A stunning new report on the role Trump's top men| played in his corrupt Ukraine extortion scheme. Then, a new breakdown of the 120 million dollar hustle in which we pay Trump to golf at Trump properties. Plus, the pathetic truth behind the great "Home Alone 2" scandal.

Dec 31, 2019
Andrew Yang on his place in the Democratic Party

Tonight: Disturbing testimony from Navy Seals about their platoon chief…who the President hosted at Mar-a-Lago. Then, documents that show what the Secret Service actually thought about hosting the G-7 at Doral. Plus, with just over a month until Iowa, 2020 candidate Andrew Yang joins us. 

Dec 28, 2019
The pushback on Trump's border wall from landowners in Texas

Tonight: the Republican Senators blasting Mitch McConnell's tactics, and what it could mean for the upcoming impeachment trial. Then: a new plan to thwart Russian interference amid new concerns about the security of the 2020 election. Also, the horror perpetrated in the world's biggest democracy by one of the President's favorite world leaders.

Dec 27, 2019
Emails show request to withhold Ukraine aid came less than two hours after Trump-Zelenskiy call

Tonight: Reverend William Barber talks about what Evangelical support for the President really looks like. Plus, the firestorm over a Trump campaign official caught on tape talking about voter suppression. Then, new reporting on Stephen Miller's secret plan to skirt the law and increase deportations.

Dec 24, 2019
New reporting finds Trump belief in bogus Ukraine conspiracy theory started early

Congresswoman Maxine Waters on what happens next. Then, new reporting on just who might have put the Ukraine server conspiracy in Trump's head. Plus, the evangelicals now censuring the President. 

Dec 21, 2019
What the impeachment of Donald Trump means for the rule of law in America

Tonight: the mounting pressure to prevent a McConnell cover-up of Trump crimes. Plus, DNC chair Tom Perez on what impeachment means for 2020. Then, how a court ruling undermining Obamacare just became an election year time bomb. Also, understanding how Trump operates by way of his latest depraved attack on a deceased congressman. 

Dec 20, 2019
Senator Chuck Schumer on the Republicans working with the White House

On the eve of the big impeachment vote, what can we expect on tomorrow, and where do we stand tonight? Then, former CIA director John Brennan on the threat to the rule of law. Plus, new details on Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate and his close ties to a Russian-backed oligarch. 

Dec 18, 2019
What happens when impeachment gets to the Senate?

Tonight: As the House prepares to vote on Wednesday, the swing-district Democrats banding together. Then, the push to make Republicans honor their oath to be impartial. Plus, the latest on the hunt for the President's tax returns, and new details on just what Trump and Giuliani have been up to in Ukraine.

Dec 17, 2019
The Supreme Court's stunning decision to take up the fight over Trump's taxes

Tonight: Donald Trump prepares for his trial and meets with his Bagman at the White House. Then, Connie Schultz and Senator Sherrod Brown on how Trumpism is playing in the Midwest. Plus, filmmaker Michael Moore on the American takeaways from the Conservative blowout in the UK. 

Dec 14, 2019
Judiciary Committee debates Trump impeachment
Dec 12, 2019
Dems agree to support North America trade deal

Tonight: the articles of impeachment have been unveiled, but what happens next? Then, As Russians officials visit the White House, why the President and his lawyer continue to push the Ukraine conspiracy. Plus, how Donald Trump's Attorney General is trying to gaslight America.

Dec 11, 2019
House Democrats will support Trump's North America trade deal - but with major concessions.
Dec 10, 2019
Katie Hill on why she's speaking out just weeks after her resignation

Tonight: how Donald Trump has managed to separate his entire party from reality--and Congressman Ted Lieu and Senator Mazie Hirono on what happens next. Plus, new alarms over Rudy Giuliani's return to Ukraine. Then, former Congresswoman Katie Hill on why she's speaking out just weeks after her resignation.

Dec 07, 2019
New reporting that both investigations into Trump's favorite conspiracy theory have come up empty

Tonight: what we know about new hearings and what happens next. Plus, Democrat Denny Heck on why he says the President and Republicans are causing him to resign from Congress. Then, sixty days from the first vote, Democratic front-runner Bernie Sanders joins Chris from Iowa.

Dec 06, 2019
New reporting that the President's lawyer is still meeting with Ukrainian prosecutors

Tonight: the big takeaways from today's judiciary hearing, the weak defense of the President from the Republican witness, and what happens next in the impeachment process. Plus, as the whole world watches impeachment unfold, how the Trump administration just kicked hundreds of thousands of Americans off of food stamps.

Dec 05, 2019
Cory Booker on the Ukraine conspiracy taking hold in the Senate

Tonight: damning new evidence that strikes at the heart of the case for Impeaching the President. Then, new questions about who the President's lawyer was calling inside the White House. Plus, what the departure of Kamala Harris means for the Democratic Primary.

Dec 04, 2019
How Don Jr. leveraged his father's position to game the NYT Best Sellers list

Tonight: what we know about what the Intelligence Committee has found, what the Judiciary Committee is planning for this week, and what it all means for the President and his lawyer. Then, are House Democrats about to give the President a political victory on trade? Plus, the indicted House Republican who threw his wife under the bus takes a plea.

Dec 03, 2019
Half the country supports impeaching and removing Trump from office

Tonight: the push to slow down so key witnesses can testify. Then: how the top Republican on the Intelligence Committee is now implicated in the Ukraine scandal. And just who is the constituency for Bloomberg, the newest candidate in the 2020 race?

Nov 27, 2019
New subpoenas reveal the depth of the federal investigation into the President's lawyer

Tonight: the trouble Rudy is in and just what information his indicted associate handed over to investigators. Then, Republicans in Congress pick up what the President wanted Ukraine to do. Plus, Trump fires his own Navy Secretary to support an accused war criminal.

Nov 26, 2019
Hayes explains 3 ways the ‘America First’ president puts Americans last

Tonight: What we know after a dozen officials testify, and are Articles of Impeachment next? Plus, all the corruption Trump's not being impeached over. Then, Chris sits down with legendary journalist Bill Moyers on the dangers of so much dishonesty.

Nov 23, 2019
The extraordinary testimony against Trump

Tonight: Trump's own guy threw him under the bus in explosive impeachment testimony. Then, the Secretary of State in it up to his eyeballs and looking for an exit. Plus, a big night in Georgia for 2020 Democrats. Also, the birth of a meme on the White House lawn.

Nov 22, 2019
Democratic presidential primary debate, November 20, 2019

Cory Booker, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer engage in the fifth 2020 Democratic primary debate for the presidential nomination.

Nov 21, 2019
Week 2 of the public impeachment hearings

Tonight: how the latest testimony on the Hill is playing out with the public. Then, Trump's defenders scramble as the evidence piles up. Plus, new questions about just how much Mick Mulvaney knows.

Nov 19, 2019
Day 2 of the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump
Tonight: the President commits what looks like witness tampering during his impeachment hearing as his former political advisor is found guilty of witness tampering. Plus, new reporting on what the President's lawyer was up to in Ukraine Then, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the White House official she says needs to resign now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 16, 2019
U.S. immigration policy hits sad milestones under Miller
Tonight: new reporting that the President discussed Ukraine policy with Rudy's indicted friends. Then, as impeachment proceeds, new alarms about potential Trump corruption with Turkey. Plus, the growing calls for Stephen Miller's resignation in the wake of a white nationalism firestorm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 15, 2019
Day 1 of the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump
Tonight: the takeaways from today's historic hearing. Then, how Republicans attempted to defend the President.. Plus, what the President up to while the whole world was watching his impeachment hearing. Also, what Democrats are planning for a second act.
Nov 14, 2019
Day 1 of the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump
Tonight: the takeaways from today's historic hearing. Then, how Republicans attempted to defend the President.. Plus, what the President up to while the whole world was watching his impeachment hearing. Also, what Democrats are planning for a second act. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 14, 2019
The eve of the first public impeachment hearing into Trump and Ukraine.
Tonight: what to expect tomorrow, just who is testifying, and what are they going to reveal. Then, John Bolton spills the beans on what he thinks motivates Trump's foreign policy. Plus, the bipartisan push to prevent an execution in Texas.
Nov 13, 2019
The eve of the first public impeachment hearing into Trump and Ukraine.
Tonight: what to expect tomorrow, just who is testifying, and what are they going to reveal. Then, John Bolton spills the beans on what he thinks motivates Trump's foreign policy. Plus, the bipartisan push to prevent an execution in Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 13, 2019
New testimony about a central allegation in the Trump extortion plot.
Tonight, the new strategy of the President's chief of staff to fight his subpoena. Then, a new Ukraine scandal for the third amigo. Plus, a look at the so-called "red exodus" as another big name Republican heads for the door.
Nov 12, 2019
New testimony about a central allegation in the Trump extortion plot.
Tonight, the new strategy of the President's chief of staff to fight his subpoena. Then, a new Ukraine scandal for the third amigo. Plus, a look at the so-called "red exodus" as another big name Republican heads for the door. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 12, 2019
Trial of long-time Trump confidante Roger Stone starts
Tonight: why the President is undeniably correct about reading the transcripts. Then, Emily Bazelon looks at the Trump White House at war with Congress. Plus, Steve Kornacki on the actual takeaways from the first election in the impeachment era.
Nov 09, 2019
Trial of long-time Trump confidante Roger Stone starts
Tonight: why the President is undeniably correct about reading the transcripts. Then, Emily Bazelon looks at the Trump White House at war with Congress. Plus, Steve Kornacki on the actual takeaways from the first election in the impeachment era. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 09, 2019
Jeff Sessions plans Senate run – despite Trump
Tonight: new reporting on just what Rudy Giuliani and William Barr we're willing to do to help Trump. Then, Judiciary Chairman Gerry Nadler joins me live to layout exactly how the public inquiry will proceed. Plus, what a Mike Bloomberg candidacy means for the Democratic field.
Nov 08, 2019
Jeff Sessions plans Senate run – despite Trump
Tonight: new reporting on just what Rudy Giuliani and William Barr we're willing to do to help Trump. Then, Judiciary Chairman Gerry Nadler joins me live to layout exactly how the public inquiry will proceed. Plus, what a Mike Bloomberg candidacy means for the Democratic field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 08, 2019
Damning new testimony about the Ukraine extortion plot
Tonight: Ambassador Bill Taylor pointing the finger directly at the President's lawyer. Plus, what the Election Night results told us about the limited power of Trumpism. Then, DNC chair Tom Perez on a game changing night for Democrats.
Nov 07, 2019
Damning new testimony about the Ukraine extortion plot
Tonight: Ambassador Bill Taylor pointing the finger directly at the President's lawyer. Plus, what the Election Night results told us about the limited power of Trumpism. Then, DNC chair Tom Perez on a game changing night for Democrats. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 07, 2019
Gordon Sondland admits there was a quid pro quo and that he was the one executing it.
Tonight: inside the explosive admissions in today's impeachment inquiry transcripts that left Trump defenders dumbfounded. Then, Republicans keep pushing to out the whistleblower. Plus, Rudy's indicted associate considers flipping, and Trump's longtime political guru faces trial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 06, 2019
The first impeachment inquiry transcripts have been released
Tonight: what we learned from Marie Yovanovitch about Igor and Lev and Rudy and Hannity. Plus, the mutating Republican logic defending the President. Then, making sense of new battleground polling that shows 2020 could look a lot like 2016. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 05, 2019
Impeachment begins, and the use of a Trump talking point ends
Tonight: the mountain of evidence there was absolutely a quid pro quo. Plus, new signs that the facts of impeachment are actually penetrating the Trump TV bubble. Then, how Rudy Giuliani went from prosecuting corruption to dabbling in it. Also, former Obama DHS secretary Jeh Johnson on the shattered norms of the Trump White House. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 02, 2019
What the House vote means for the Democratic strategy moving forward
Tonight: What we know about the President's new plan to woo impeachment jurors with campaign cash. Plus, brand new testimony from a sitting White House official confirming a quid pro quo. Then, the new economic data that could mean impeachment may be the least of Donald Trump's problems. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nov 01, 2019
Record detentions of migrant children at border
Tonight: Democrats take the first public steps in the impeachment inquiry. Then, new reporting on the origins of Trump's quid pro quo with Ukraine. Plus, why even Republicans are raising alarms at the Trump scheme to install an anti-immigrant hardliner at DHS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 31, 2019
What happens when Trump ventures outside the bubble
Tonight: what we know about the vote on the impeachment inquiry that Nancy Pelosi just announced, and why Republicans are starting to complain loudly about what they have to defend. Then, growing concerns about what comes after Baghdadi. Plus, And kind of greeting should an unpopular president expect outside his self-imposed bubble? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 29, 2019
Why is the President suddenly trying to sell his D.C. Hotel?
Tonight: why a federal judge ruled that the Trump impeachment inquiry is valid, what it means for getting more evidence, the former Trump official getting ready to talk. Plus, what we learned when the President's lawyer butt dialed an NBC reporter. Then, the incredible scene in Baltimore today where the honorable Elijah Cummings was laid to rest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 26, 2019
Trump's lawyer needs a lawyer
Tonight: new questions about what the White House was asking China to produce. Plus, the growing case that Rudy Giuliani could face indictment. Also, why the the Italian Prime Minister is blowing the whistle on Donald Trump's Attorney General. And new data on what may be the one news outlet saving Donald Trump from Richard Nixon's fate.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 25, 2019
Another White House talking point goes poof
As the Trump defenders spin out of control, here's what we're learning about when Ukraine knew about Trump's quid pro quo. Then, the Kurdish reaction to the President's debacle in Syria. Plus, how the most powerful woman in America, Nancy Pelosi, is standing up to the President with Gloria Steinem and Robin Morgan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 24, 2019
The explosive testimony from top U.S. diplomat
Explosive testimony from the top U.S. diplomat completely undercutting the primary defense of Team Trump. Tonight: we have new details about exactly how much the President was squeezing Ukraine in return for an investigation into his political rival. Then: the infuriating conclusion to the most ridiculous story of 2016. Plus, the anxiety of some Democratic donors as 2020 campaigning hits full swing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 23, 2019
The toll of the impeachment inquiry on Trump's presidency
Tonight: the toll of the impeachment inquiry on the presidency of Donald Trump. Then: new reporting reveals just how close Trump was to the now indicted members of the Ukraine team. Plus, as the polls shake up in Iowa, Bernie Sanders recharges his campaign. And the Junior Senator from Utah's secret Twitter identity revealed: Meet Pierre Delecto. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 22, 2019
A White House, caught red handed, now cops to a quid pro quo
Tonight: the Trump legal team is stunned by Mick Mulvaney's admission. Then, the mounting backlash to the President's choice to use the government to prop up his own personal business. Plus, Senator Tammy Duckworth on the President's head spinning concession to Turkey. And remembering the life and legacy of Congressman Elijah Cummings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 18, 2019
Trump once again turns on the Kurds
Tonight: the latest fallout from the Trump debacle in Syria. Then, another arrest in the probe of Rudy Giuliani associates, and new reporting that Trump's lawyer was lobbying the President on behalf of Turkey. Plus, what we learned from today's new impeachment witnesses, and why Mick Mulvaney is now officially knee deep in all the President's mess. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 16, 2019
Trump's widening circle in Ukraine scheme
Tonight: new trouble for Rudy Giuliani as yet more officials head to the Hill to testify. Then: as new testimony brings Trump's chief of staff into the scandal, what did John Bolton know? Plus, former national security adviser Susan Rice joins me to talk impeachment, Trump, and the situation in Syria. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Oct 16, 2019
Sen. Murphy on concerns over U.S. nukes on Turkish soil
Tonight: what what we learned from Donald Trump's former Russia advisor, Fiona Hill. Then, Senator Chris Murphy on how the new Trump sanctions for Turkey are "nonsense." Plus, new polling suggests there may be a dark horse candidate in Iowa not named Warren, Sanders or Biden.

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Oct 15, 2019
Where Trump’s conspiracy theories come from
The former Ukraine ambassador defies the White House and warns Congress about the President. Plus, new clues that Rudy Giuliani himself may be in serious legal jeopardy after his associates get busted. Then, Jane Mayer with her reporting on the invention of the Ukraine conspiracy theory. Also, Richard Engel - live from the front lines in Syria on the deteriorating situation for Kurds after Donald Trump ordered US forces to stand down.

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Oct 12, 2019
The first arrests of the Impeachment Era
Tonight: what we know about the two men who were arrested. Is Rudy Giuliani now under investigation? And what did the President know - and when did he know it? Plus, Bill Clinton's chief of staff during impeachment and Hillary Clinton's campaign manager John Podesta on what he makes of the push to impeach Trump. Then, as the President stews over Republican defections, the new call from conservative lawyers who say a speedy impeachment inquiry is necessary. 

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Oct 11, 2019
The drumbeat for impeachment gets louder
Tonight: Leaked State Department emails that demonstrate everybody knew the Ukraine aid was being held up for corrupt purposes, but officials looked the other way. Then, inside the Democratic strategy for actually executing the impeachment inquiry. Plus, the uproar over Facebook's decision to let the Trump campaign lie in its ads. 

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Oct 10, 2019
Why Donald Trump doesn't want Gordon Sondland to talk
Tonight: New reporting on the "crazy" and "frightening" call that left a White House official who listened to the call "visibly shaken," and what new evidence of overwhelming support for the impeachment inquiry means for Democrats. Plus, what happened at the Supreme Court today when the Trump administration argued that employers can discriminate against LGBTQ workers. 

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Oct 09, 2019
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower on dangers to democracy
 New subpoenas....and a new whistleblower. Tonight: as the case for impeachment keeps getting worse for the president, new reporting on Trump allies trying to profit in Ukraine. Plus, today's court ruling that found the president is not immune from criminal investigations. Then, why the President's surprise Syria move is angering potential impeachment jurors. Also, my exclusive interview with the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower on what he calls the plot to break America. 

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Oct 08, 2019
Damning new evidence of an explicit quid pro quo
LIVE from Studio 6A: Damning new evidence of an explicit quid pro quo in the Trump shakedown of Ukraine. Plus, just how much are Republicans willing to defend? Then, the prosecutors who brought Richard Nixon to justice speak about the mounting case against Donald Trump. 

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Oct 05, 2019
The President does it again
The President commits impeachable offenses on camera yet again. Tonight: what we learned from Donald Trump's former envoy to Ukraine. Then, new reporting that Rudy Giuliani got Trump to remove the Ukrainian ambassador, and new questions about what was deleted in White House call summary. Plus, why Kellyanne Conway's husband is making the best case yet that Donald Trump isn't fit for office. 

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Oct 04, 2019
Democrats wield their power to hold the President accountable
Tonight: Donald Trump's sound and fury defense, and why that will not save him from the impeachment inquiry . Then, new concerns about witness intimidation at the State Department. And just what did Mike Pence know--and when did he know it? 

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Oct 03, 2019
The first big showdown of the impeachment era
Tonight: why Democrats are accusing the Secretary of State of trying to stonewall and obstruct the inquiry. Then, new alarms over the Justice Department and the State Department investigating the President's enemies. Then, new evidence Republicans may be misjudging the politics of impeachment. Also, my exclusive interview with author Ta-Nehisi Coates on his new novel, "The Water Dancer."

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Oct 02, 2019
New reports that Mike Pompeo was listening in on the phone call with Ukraine
Tonight: as the scandal grows, the Trump defense flails. Democrats subpeona the President's lawyer, new reports that Mike Pompeo was listening in on the phone call with Ukraine, and new reporting that the President asked Australia's Prime Minister to help investigate the origins of the Mueller probe . All that - and my exclusive interview with Rachel Maddow on her new book "Blowout."

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Oct 01, 2019
New signs that Trump's defenders are cracking
New signs that impeachment is moving fast... 
Tonight: Former CIA director John Brennan on the corrupt abuse of power of Donald Trump. Plus, just exactly how will this impeachment inquiry work? And as "total panic" besets the White House, just where is the President getting his conspiracy gibberish? 

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Sep 28, 2019
The anatomy of a cover-up
Tonight: new bombshell allegations against the President, and new details alleging that the White House, the State Department and the Department of Justice were covering up for the President. Plus, the brand new road-map for impeachment hearings laid out in the whistleblower's complaint. Then, the President: caught on tape mulling revenge, and new data suggesting that America is ready to impeach Donald J. Trump.

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Sep 26, 2019
Maguire Testifies
Joseph Maguire, the acting U.S. Intelligence Director, testified before the House Intelligence Committee about a whistle-blower complaint about President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine. He defended the whistle-blowers actions as well as his own handling of the case. 

Maguire was questioned by committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-California), Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-California), Rep. Jim Himes (D-Connecticut), Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Texas), Rep.. Terri Sewell (D-Alabama), Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio), Rep. Andre Carson (D-Indiana), Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio), Rep. jackie Speier (D-California), Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah), Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Illinois), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-New York), Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-California), Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas), Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas), Rep. Denny Heck (D-Washington), Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vermont), Rep. Val Demings (D-Florida) and Rep Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Illinois). 

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Sep 26, 2019
The damning evidence against Trump
Tonight: the latest on the impeachment investigation, and just WHO supports it. Then: are the rest of the president's men involved? What exactly did the attorney general know? Plus: what is the deal with Rudy Giuliani?


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Sep 25, 2019
The Speaker of the House makes it official
Democrats open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump.  
Tonight: What happened today? What is happening now? And what happens next?

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Sep 25, 2019
Rep Al Green on the duty to impeachment
Donald Trump admits to using his power to enlist a foreign government to help him win re-election. Tonight: what we know about what the President has already done. And as new pressure builds on leaders in the House, what will Democrats do? Plus, what happened today when the world convened in New York to address climate catastrophe. 

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Sep 24, 2019
Climate protests rage across the globe and candidates convene to call for action
Tonight on a special edition of 'All In' live from Washington D.C.: Protests rage across the globe, and candidates convene to call for action. We have breaking news about how the Trump administration is actively working to make things worse for the climate. Plus, we hear from NBC News' Al Roker, Jo Ling Kent, Cal Perry, and more with updates and breaking news on the state of the climate, the effort to get the world to act, and the attempts by the Trump administration to block that action. 

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Sep 20, 2019
Al Gore on bringing honesty and determination to the climate fight
Tonight: Chris hosts "All In" from Georgetown University as part of our two-day Climate in Crisis special. First, the 2020 candidates converge on the nation's capitol to take action on the climate crisis. Plus, our report on the how the fossil fuel industry knew what they were doing to the planet and spent decades misleading the world. Then, Chris interviews the man who has spent 30 years fighting for action, former Vice President Al Gore. 

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Sep 19, 2019
Brand new revelations about military spending at Trump's luxury resort
Tonight: the Director of National Intelligence is now openly defying Congress over an "urgent" whistleblower complaint that may involve the President. Then, Senator Brian Schatz on the climate movement taking Congress by storm. Plus, brand new polling from Iowa that could shake up the Democratic race. 

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Sep 18, 2019
What we learned from Corey Lewandowski
As the President weighs starting a war on behalf of a Saudi Prince, bombshell new reporting from Politico on big Saudi-spending at Trump resorts. Then, Al Gore on his support for impeachment. Plus, Nate Silver on what we should read into the enthusiasm for Elizabeth Warren - as Joe Biden remains the front-runner. 


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Sep 18, 2019
Is Trump outsourcing his duties as Commander in Chief to Saudi Arabia?
Tonight: is Trump outsourcing his duties as Commander in Chief to Saudi Arabia? Plus, why Adam Schiff is raising alarm bells over an intelligence community cover-up. Then, Michael Moore on the massive UAW strike. And as the world gathers for a climate action summit, Naomi Klein on her burning case for a Green New Deal. 


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Sep 17, 2019
Beto O'Rourke on his promise to take away assault weapons
Tonight: The court victory that could nail Trump on the emoluments clause. Then, new details emerge about just how often the air force stayed at Trump's Scottish resort. Plus, NBC News correspondent Courtney Kube details Trump's plan to pay for the border wall with money taken from the Air Force. 

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Sep 14, 2019
Trump’s ‘dangerous’ new asylum rule allowed by SCOTUS
Tonight: what happens next in the House, and exactly what democrats are planning to investigate starting next week. Then, the chance of a record-breaking opioid settlement with the makers of OxyContin, and why 20 states say it's not enough. Plus, the wait for the President do something about guns. Also, the guy who once sung the praises of asbestos is now gutting clean water protections. 


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Sep 13, 2019
The Bolton fallout
Tonight: new details on exactly why Trump no longer has a National Security Adviser. Then, new pressure to resolve the gun impasse as states start taking matters into their own hands. Plus, the scheme pulled off by North Carolina Republicans while Democrats were at a 9/11 commemoration. 

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Sep 12, 2019
Sen. Chris Murphy on Trump's problem with spies
The President bounces his national security adviser...or did he? Tonight: what we know about the unceremonious exit of a Republican war hawk. Then, new reporting and new confusion over what's stopping Bahamians fleeing disaster from reaching safety in America. 

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Sep 11, 2019
New details on the lengths the administration went to in order to protect Trump's Alabama obsession
Tonight: the threat to fire NOAA officials, and the new push for impeachment as Democrats return to the Hill. Plus, Trump's plan to host the Taliban at Camp David. Then, the special election in North Carolina that has the President running scared.

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Sep 10, 2019
Live from Studio 6A: Is Brexit chaos in Britain a vision of America's future?
Tonight: Bill Nye the Science Guy on the age of climate catastrophe. Then, Parkland Survivor turned gun safety activist David Hogg. Plus, our Friday conversation on what Democrats need to do first if they take back the White House.

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Sep 07, 2019
The President just won't let go of Alabama
Tonight: the latest on the devastation from Hurricane Dorian, and what's happening with our unchecked and unbalanced Commander in Chief. Plus, the list of Republicans choosing retirement over re-election just keeps getting longer. Then, the proposal to curb gun violence is being met with predictions of more violence. 

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Sep 06, 2019
Are Democrats about to pull off a special election stunner in North Carolina?
Chris Hayes discusses the day's top political news live from New York. 
Tonight: what we know about where Dorian is headed, and the President's latest action that will exacerbate the climate crisis. Then, my interview with a Florida Congresswoman who is tired of keeping secrets about Russian election interference in her state. Plus, making sense of the latest explosive developments in the Brexit crisis.

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Sep 05, 2019
How the Trump Administration keeps leading us toward more climate catastrophe
Chris Hayes discusses the day's top political news live from New York. 
Tonight: the untold destruction in the Bahamas, as America braces for hurricane Dorian. Then, the growing political pressure on guns as Walmart announces new restrictions in the wake of yet another massacre. Plus, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on the charges that the President is pick-pocketing American tax payers by way of a Mike Pence visit to Ireland.

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Sep 04, 2019
Live from Studio 6A: The fight to change system that elected Trump
Chris Hayes discusses the day's top political news in front of a live studio audience in New York City. 
Tonight: The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter who uncovered the scope of Trump's corruption . Then, Chris speaks with retiring Republican Congressman Will Hurd. Plus, what if the news media just stopped covering Trump? 

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Aug 31, 2019
Ramping up climate crisis: Trump's new environmental rollback
Chris Hayes discusses the day’s top political news live from New York City. Tonight: Donald Trump's new environmental rollback that even the big oil companies say is insane. Then, why James Comey is calling out the President after being cleared of criminal wrongdoing. Plus, new reporting that prosecutors are building a case against Jeffrey Epstein's inner circle. And as Brexit protests keep growing, just what is going on in the United Kingdom? 

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Aug 30, 2019
Trump's new plan to open America's largest national forest up to loggers
The President encourages aides to break the law and promised pardons if they're caught. Congressman Al Green on what looks like another impeachable offense. Plus, the mayor of San Juan on Puerto Rico's preparations for Hurricane Dorian. Then, Deadline Day for Democrats—did the field just get cut in half?

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Aug 29, 2019
Stunning new reporting about the President's open feuding with world leaders to allow Russia back in the G7
As the trade war drags on, new reporting on the growing frustrations of Trump voting farmers. Plus, what we learned from the Jeffrey Epstein accusers who spoke out in court today. Then, my interview with the Attorney General who just won the landmark opioid decision against big pharma. Also, Stacey Abrams on her latest push to protect the vote.

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Aug 28, 2019
Trump skips out on climate as the world's most important resource burns
Tonight: Trump's head-spinning turn on the global stage as it relates to China, Russia, and a planet in crisis. Then, as the impeachment count grows again, did the President just announce high crimes and misdemeanors in France? Plus, the latest on the long-shot effort to primary the President, and the first signs of actual movement on the Democratic leader board.

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Aug 27, 2019
All In Live from Studio 6A
Tonight, on a special edition of All In before a live studio audience: The resurgence of America's original terror threat. Then, Senator Chris Murphy on getting the President to do something about guns. Plus, Barack Obama's White House photographer Pete Souza, is here.

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Aug 24, 2019
The unmistakable political roots of the world's climate crisis
My interview with the latest candidate to unveil a climate plan: Senator Bernie Sanders. Then, how the ragtag Republican plan to Primary Trump is getting more serious, and how the shrinking field for Democrats could be a good thing. Plus, new scrutiny for Donald Trump’s attorney general as we learn more from the Jeffrey Epstein investigation.

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Aug 23, 2019
Trump pushes anti-semitic trope -- again.
What we know about the new Trump plan for indefinite detention of migrant families. Plus, the absolute international incident caused by the President's whim to buy Greenland. Then, how did an NRA that is seemingly falling apart force the President to flip on background checks?

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Aug 22, 2019
The Trump campaign of division leads to more subtraction
Tonight: new data on the President’s shrinking base and my interview with the Log Cabin Republican who resigned after the group endorsed Donald Trump. Then, is Trump the man that should be mediating a standoff between two nuclear powers? Plus, an NBC News Exclusive: Ben Collins on the Trump supporting conspiracy theorists behind the most viewed news content on Facebook and YouTube.

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Aug 21, 2019
The conservative backlash to the 1619 Project on the impact of slavery in America
The White House insists there is nothing to see here, as the President all but demands emergency action. Then, why Senator Elizabeth Warren was apologizing today. Plus, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on what appears to be a Presidential retreat on background checks.

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Aug 20, 2019
A panicked president tries the hard sell
Tonight: how new polling and possible recession are reportedly "rattling" the President. Then, new reporting on workers in a Trump crowd that were ordered to show up or not get paid. Plus, ICE protestors run down by a corrections officer, and Trump TV comes to his defense. Also, Trymaine Lee and Nikole Hanna Jones on the legacy of slavery in America four hundred years after it began.            

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Aug 17, 2019
Bernie Sanders on Trump’s attacks on ‘The Squad’
Tonight: the growing outrage over the President's behavior and his continued attacks on the first two Muslim women in Congress. Plus, why Democrats just subpoenaed the man Donald Trump just endorsed for Senate. Then, what we're learning from leaked details of the Jeffrey Epstein autopsy.

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Aug 16, 2019
What we know about what's happening to the American economy

New reporting on the Kremlin ties to Kentucky as Democrats turn up the heat on Mitch McConnell. Plus, the growing calls for Trump's Attorney General to recuse from anything having to do with Jeffrey Epstein. Also, new bipartisan outrage over Steve King as the congressman sets off another firestorm.

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Aug 15, 2019
Donald Trump gives up the game on a key issue
Tonight: new recession warnings, and new concern about the Trump economy. The White House defends its plan to curb legal immigration with a suggested edit on the Statue of Liberty. Plus, new reporting on the "mad scramble" in the Department of Homeland Security to combat white supremacy in the wake of El Paso. Also, what we're learning from new state-by-state polling that does not paint a pretty picture for the President in 2020. 

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Aug 14, 2019
Julián Castro on the new White House plan to penalize legal immigrants for needing benefits
Tonight: what we know about what happened this weekend with Jeffrey Epstein, and where the investigations go from here. Then, Democratic candidate Julián Castro on the new White House plan to penalize legal immigrants for needing benefits. Plus, Democratic candidate Amy Klobuchar on whether we should believe the President on passing new gun safety laws. Also, what we're learning about what could be the worst Russian nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.

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Aug 13, 2019
Putting Biden's gaffes into Trumpian perspective
The President basks in his raids as the family horror continues. Tonight: new reporting on how the President's own companies hire the very people he's demonizing. Then, as the ice caps keep melting, the scary new warning from climate scientists about the way we use land.

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Aug 10, 2019
The growing movement to boycott businesses owned by a Trump supporting billionaire
Tonight: the latest example of how the cruelty is the point for Donald Trump. Plus, a sudden vacation for the face of Fox News as the Tucker Carlson controversy grows. Then, another Trump supporter accused of a violent crime tries the "Trump made me do it" defense. 

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Aug 09, 2019
Why the solution to mass shootings always involves surrendering civil liberties—and more guns
Tonight: The political world comes to terms with what we're dealing with—and the President and his defenders pretend there's no problem. Then, Congressman Al Green on his push to impeach the President for racism. Plus, what we know about the online breeding grounds for white supremacist terror.            

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Aug 08, 2019
Inside the President's vile feedback loop online and on Trump TV
Tonight: Texas Congresswoman Veronica Escobar on why she says the President isn't welcome in El Paso, and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown on why he's looking for an apology from Donald Trump. Then,. Plus, new warning signs for Republicans, as another congressman calls it quits. Also, how the man who bankrupted his casinos is gambling with the world economy like never before.

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Aug 07, 2019
Outrage and anger in the wake of another racist massacre
Tonight: Beto O'Rourke joins me live to explain why he's laying blame at the President's feet. Plus, Julian Castro on why he says Donald Trump is unfit to lead our nation. Then, the renewed call to do something about guns in the wake of the mass killings in Texas and Ohio. Also, just what it means to use the "terrorism" label on white nationalist violence.

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Aug 06, 2019
An ugly ending to another Trump nomination fiasco
Tonight: the latest evidence that the bigotry of Trumpism is helping Democrats and hurting Trump. Then, Ta-Nehisi Coates on the President's latest sinister attack on Elijah Cummings and Baltimore. Plus, a Qanon slogan at the Trump rally on the day the FBI warned of the domestic terror threat posed by fringe conspiracy theories. Also, the jaw dropping scene in Greenland, as the sea rises and massive ice sheet melts.

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Aug 03, 2019
The big takeaways about the candidates
Tonight: the competing visions for Democratic leadership, and the frontrunner's simple case for the nomination. Then, the number of democrats calling for impeachment approaches critical mass. Plus, the latest example of why the Trump economy is hurting most Americans.

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Aug 02, 2019
What the main narratives coming out of the Democratic debates are missing
Ben Rhodes on Donald Trump's brazen politicization of American Intelligence. Plus, shocking new reporting that the Trump administration is still separating migrant families in spite of a court order to stop. Also, Trymaine Lee investigates one of the central lies of the Trump presidency.

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Aug 01, 2019
DNC Chair Tom Perez on how to beat Trump
Tonight: the actual source of Donald Trump's rage at Elijah Cummings. Plus, Mitch McConnell gets defensive about killing election security measures. Then, the growing firestorm over the Trump advisor trying to fast track nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.

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Jul 31, 2019
The inherent political weakness in Trump's racist politics
The President launches a racist attack on an American city as the constituents he promised to save continue to suffer. Then, the highest ranking Democrat in leadership who is calling for impeachment joins us. Also, two years after Republicans failed to kill Obamacare, why public fear about losing their healthcare could determine the Democratic nominee.

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Jul 30, 2019
The American citizen detained by ICE speaks out
Tonight: what we know about today's move by the Judiciary committee. Then, new pressure on Mitch McConnell after the bombshell revelations about Russian interference in our elections. Plus, Donald Trump's new tortured legal argument to keep his taxes hidden.

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Jul 27, 2019
The court decision that blocked the President's radical makeover of the American immigration system.
In the wake of the Mueller hearing, brand new reason to question whether or not the President is acting in America's best interests. Plus, what we're learning about the jailhouse injuries of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Then, the remarkable uprising that led to the resignation of Puerto Rico's Governor. 

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Jul 26, 2019
What we learned when Robert Mueller faced Congress
The Special Counsel testifies and gives voice to his devastating report for the President. Tonight: how the special counsel views the President's behavior. Then, what he says about remedies in Congress, the stakes for Donald Trump after the White House, and what we know about what Democrats will do next. 

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Jul 25, 2019
Congressman Hakeem Jeffries on how Democratic leadership plans to handle the fallout from Mueller.
Tonight: the final preparations and the expectation setting as Robert Mueller will finally answer questions on his devastating report for the President. Plus, alarming new details about the MAGA Bomber's path to radicalization. Then, why the Trump administration is planning to kick millions off of food stamps as they throw billions at agribusiness.

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Jul 23, 2019
Wendy Davis on her new run for office
Tonight: how Democrats are approaching the last best chance to hold the President accountable. Then, Reverend William Barber on the moral outrage of the President's ongoing attacks of four congresswomen. Plus, what we're learning about the elite company listed alongside Donald Trump in Jeffrey Epstein's black book. 

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Jul 23, 2019
If you're the president, they let you do it
New reporting that suggests Donald Trump escaped criminal charges for a second time because he's the President. Then, Michelle Goldberg on the bizarre Republican defense of Donald Trump's bigotry. Plus, this week in oversight of the Trump administration. 

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Jul 20, 2019
Trumpism must be peacefully but completely destroyed
Tonight: why the Republican party cannot back away from the situation they created, and Congressman Jerry Nadler on what Democrats plan to do about it. Plus, new alarms about the non-hypothetical threats of violence stemming from Trump rallies. Also, what we're learning today from court documents about Donald Trump's involvement in a criminal conspiracy that helped get him elected.

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Jul 19, 2019
Cory Booker on the President's racist remarks
As the President tries to separate himself from Jeffrey Epstein, new video, released by NBC News, shows the future President partying with the future felon. Then, what we learned from today's vote on an impeachment resolution. Plus, Senator Brian Schatz on his new push to address climate change in the senate.

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Jul 18, 2019
What exactly is happening with Lindsey Graham?
Trump stands by his racist remarks as Democrats use their power to condemn the President. Then, Congressman Al Green on his push to impeach the president for his racist attacks. Also, new numbers out today that suggest the massive Democratic field could shrink to single digits soon.

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Jul 17, 2019
The political firestorm over Trump’s racist politics and policy
How four freshman congresswomen and Democratic leadership are responding to racist attacks from the President. Then, Tim Alberta on his new book “American Carnage,” on how Donald Trump took over the Republican Party. Plus, exclusive reporting from NBC News  on the seventy current and former Border Protection employees now under investigation.

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Jul 16, 2019
Trump's Labor Secretary is out
A big loss for the President as yet another cabinet member resigns in disgrace. Then, new calls for a complete overhaul of Border Patrol after the head of the agency is linked to a notorious Facebook group. Plus, just one day after caving on the census, Trump tries to spin his defeat.

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Jul 13, 2019
Trump's new plan to marginalize immigrants
New questions about Jeffrey Epstein's finances and just how wealthy he actually is. Plus, New Orleans bracing for disaster as flooding and storm surge threatens to top the levees. Then, Trump's so-called social media summit.

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Jul 12, 2019
New details of Epstein's alleged crimes
Alex Acosta defends the sweetheart deal he made with Jeffrey Epstein, and new scrutiny of the nature of the President’s relationship with the sex-predator. Then, Congress holds hearings into the horrific treatment of kids inside the migrant camps. Also, rumors of divisions in the Democratic caucus as the House Speaker calls for unity. Plus, fresh off his praise of American revolutionaries, the President heads off teleprompter again. 

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Jul 11, 2019
The court case that threatens to destroy American healthcare
New scrutiny for the former friends of indicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, and growing calls for the man who gave him a plea deal to step down as labor secretary. Then, Trump's former national security adviser stops cooperating with prosecutors. Plus, the President has started feuding with the British Ambassador. 

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Jul 10, 2019
How the administration plans to ram a citizenship question back on the census
New charges against wealthy sex-predator Jeffrey Epstein, and new calls for the resignation of Trump's labor secretary who gave Epstein a plea deal in Florida. Then, new lies about the state of the migrant camps on the border. Plus, how a tremendous victory for Team USA became a rallying cry against the President.

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Jul 09, 2019
The mystery of why Pence was suddenly called back to the White House
As the tanks line up in Washington for Trump's Fourth of July parade, where is the oversight from Democrats? Then, disturbing new accounts from inside the migrant camps, and Congressman Joaquin Castro on what border patrol tried to stop him from sharing. Plus, the new questions over what's going on with the census.

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Jul 04, 2019
White House backs down on a citizenship question in the census
New details on the terrible conditions inside detention camps brought to light in a government report. Then, a huge victory as the White House backs down on a citizenship question in the census. Plus, how Democrats are finally going after Trump’s taxes. Also, as tanks arrived in Washington D.C., new concerns for the President's big military parade on the Fourth of July.

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Jul 03, 2019
Ivanka Trump's big diplomatic adventure
The President's chummy meetings with Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, and the Saudi Crown Prince whose henchmen murdered a Washington Post columnist. Plus, Trump's plans to take over America's birthday. Also, new reporting on a secret border patrol group joking about migrant deaths.

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Jul 02, 2019
Democrats vying to take on Trump make history
The big takeaways from both Debate nights, the fallout from that Kamala Harris moment with Joe Biden, and what happens next with DNC Chair Tom Perez. Plus, why Never-Trump former Republicans need to expect Democrats to act like Democrats. 

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Jun 29, 2019
The first Democratic debate: Night 2
Night 2 of the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 campaign was marked by confrontation and rhetorical fireworks. Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie, Jose Diaz-Balart, Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow moderate.

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Jun 28, 2019
The first Democratic debate: Night 1
The first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 campaign kicks off from Miami with ten candidates taking the stage for the first of two two-hour debate sessions. Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie, Jose Diaz-Balart, Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow moderate.

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Jun 27, 2019
Donald Trump's migrant nightmare continues
As Donald Trump's migrant nightmare continues, what we know about what's happening with these children. Then, Maxine Waters on her plan to stop the President from launching a war on Iran. Plus, Joy Reid on Donald Trump and the "Unraveling of the American Story." Also, how does a member of Congress who allegedly used campaign money to fund extra-marital affairs with lobbyists get to keep his job?

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Jun 26, 2019
The President keeps provoking the war he says he doesn't want
The President defends government treatment of migrant children that one doctor described as "torture facilities." Tonight: why 300 children were just moved out of a Texas border facility, and why things are about to get worse. Then, why are so many media outlets are shrugging their shoulders at the President being accused of rape? Plus, Bryan Stevenson on the fight for racial justice in the age of Trump.

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Jun 25, 2019
Trump's inconsistent foreign policy
Tonight: what it means to have this president in charge of war and peace. Then, writer E. Jean Carroll's harrowing claim of sexually assault by Donald Trump. Plus, five days from the debates, Joy Reid on what could be the most consequential event of the primary so far. Also, what we learned when a federal judge unsealed Sean Hannity's text messages with Paul Manafort.

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Jun 22, 2019
Ta-Nehisi Coates on the movement for reparations
Tonight: the potentially catastrophic implications of war with Iran that no one is talking about. Then, filmmaker Rob Reiner on his high profile push to get Americans to read the Mueller Report. Plus, the Justice Department’s push to deny beds and soap at migrant detention camps.

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Jun 21, 2019
The Trump administration's migrant crackdown
As the President kicks off his campaign, the raging controversy over the growing detention camps on our border—and what we call them. Then, what we learned from Hope Hicks today, and what Democrats plan to do about it. Plus, the mounting alarms that the Trump administration is using the Bush playbook to sell war with Iran.

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Jun 20, 2019
The shocking resignation of the acting Defense secretary
The President advertises mass deportations as he relaunches a campaign of cruelty. Then, the Department of Justice intervenes on behalf of Donald Trump's jailed former campaign manager as calls for impeachment grow. Plus, what today's latest bad numbers for the President actually mean seventeen months from Election Day. 

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Jun 19, 2019
The growing movement to impeach the president
Tonight: why more Americans are getting on board with impeachment, as more Democrats say they don’t want to wait until the election to vote on the president’s fate. Then, Senator Murphy on new Republican calls to bomb Iran. Plus, what we learned from the Democratic candidates at the Poor People’s Campaign Presidential Forum.

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Jun 18, 2019
What today's announcement of the debate stage lineup means for the Democratic candidates
The head of the Federal Elections Commission on her stinging rebuke of the President. Plus, Donald Trump finally faces the questions he avoided from Robert Mueller. Then what today's announcement of the debate stage lineup means for the Democratic candidates, Beto O'Rourke on the case he is making to African American voters in South Carolina, and new horror stories from the American's growing and unprecedented migrant detention camps. 

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Jun 15, 2019
Why the Office of Special Counsel made the unprecedented recommendation that Kellyanne Conway be fired
The President invites foreign states to help keep him in office, how the President keeps getting away with calling for collusion in public, and how Republicans just blocked a new law that might stop him. Then, why the Office of Special Counsel just made the unprecedented recommendation that Kellyanne Conway be fired. Plus, DNC chair Tom Perez with a big announcement on the candidates for the first Democratic Debate. Finally, Senator Bernie Sanders on why his brand of socialism is better than Donald Trump's.

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Jun 14, 2019
Kamala Harris on her plan to beat Donald Trump
2020 contender Kamala Harris on her plan to beat Donald Trump and whether her Justice Department would prosecute him. Plus, the President declares executive privilege as the House investigates the census, the push for oversight instead of impeachment, and more evidence of shady foreign influence on the President.

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Jun 13, 2019
Joe Biden's primary strategy to run directly against Donald Trump
President Trump and Joe Biden hold dueling rallies in Iowa after exchanging attacks all day, a look at whether Biden's primary strategy to campaign directly against the president is working, Maxine Waters on the impeachment clash, Jon Stewart excoriates Congress on the Hill, why Democrats say Mitch McConnell is perhaps a bigger problem than Donald Trump, and the President's Bizarre performance on Mexican tariffs. 

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Jun 12, 2019
Democrats endeavor to educate America on the Mueller Report
What we learned from today's Mueller Report Hearing, constitutional scholar Lawrence Tribe on how he says Democrats can bypass the Senate with Impeachment, new reporting on Jared Kushner's financial conflicts of interests, and what new poll numbers in Iowa mean for the 2020 field. 

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Jun 11, 2019
The growing evidence that the President of the United States is a criminal
As the President returns from Europe, the Democrats prepare hearings on the Mueller report. Robert Reich on the growing warning signs of a recession, more clear evidence that Republicans were rigging the election in North Carolina, and why yesterday was a big day for Joe Biden and the rest of the 2020 field

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Jun 08, 2019
The Democratic impeachment fight breaks out into the open
What we know about Nancy Pelosi's case not to impeach and what Democrats are doing to convince. Joe Biden reverses his stance on the Hyde Amendment, All in 2020 with Democratic candidate Amy Klobuchar, the ugly precedent's for America's growing migrant detention camps, and new reporting on what looks like more open bribery at the Trump DC hotel. 

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Jun 07, 2019
LIVE Town Hall with Senator Elizabeth Warren
A live Town Hall with Senator Elizabeth Warren in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Senator Warren makes her case directly to the voters on why she can turn the rust belt blue. 

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Jun 06, 2019
Democrats announce new hearings amid more Trumpworld criminality and corruption
Democrats announce new hearings amid more Trumpworld criminality and corruption. Then Senator Sherrod Brown on the Trump Campaign's troubles in the midwest, Stacey Abrams on her campaign to keep business in Georgia in the wake of the state's new abortion laws, Trymaine Lee reports on how some Trump voting farmers see 2020 

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Jun 05, 2019
The pressure to impeach and the first Mueller report hearing is coming
With at least 58 house members signaling support, and the first Mueller hearing a week away, where do Democrats stand on impeachment? Plus exclusive new reporting on children separated from their parents at the border, Senator Chris Murphy on the gun legislation stalled in the Senate, and the President's son-in-law's very bad interview.

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Jun 04, 2019
The pressure to impeach builds
A horrific mass shooting in Virginia Beach, impeachment pressure continues to build as at least 50 House members show support, new details on the other investigations in to the President's criminal associates, and a temporary reprieve for the last abortion clinic in Missouri 

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Jun 01, 2019
The President comes to terms with the "I" word as the Mueller report finally penetrates the conservative bubble
As the Attorney General defends his cover story the number of Democrats calling for impeachment grows, then new smoking gun evidence that the Trump plot to rig the census is all about increasing the power of white republican voters, and what we now know about the White House demand to a warship named after John McCain from Donald Trump's line of sight. 

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May 31, 2019
Robert Mueller finally speaks
Robert Mueller finally speaks and effectively tells Congress it is their job to deal with a criminal President, how Robert Mueller's statement underscores Bill Barr's deception, Senator Cory Booker on why he's now for beginning impeachment proceedings, and how Mitch McConnell and the White House are leaving America's elections unguarded in 2020. 

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May 30, 2019
The lone Republican in Congress calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump takes his case to the people
Rep. Justin Amash takes his case for impeachment to the voters of Michigan, and why there aren't more in Congress following him, Lawrence O'Donnell on how the media can avoid weaponizing Donald Trump's bad faith attacks, and how the Supreme Court sent ominous warnings on abortion rights today.

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May 29, 2019
The President orders the federal government to investigate his conspiracy theory
Former CIA director John Brennan on what Trump's order means for national intelligence. Why Robert Mueller's attempt to avoid a political spectacle may be too late. Then - Congresswoman Maxine Waters on the latest on the investigation into Donald Trump's finances, and why the President just invoked emergency power to go around congress to sell weapons to the Saudis. 

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May 25, 2019
The President reassures the nation of his own stability then polls his staff on the subject.
As the President lashes out against Democrats a brand new indictment stemming from the Mueller probe as yet another former Trump advisor is arrested. Plus - is goading Trump in public helping Nancy Pelosi keep Democrats together in private? Then - new calls to investigate what looks like a cover up of immigrant deaths on the border and the massive implications for journalism in America in the wake of today's new charges against Julian Assange. 

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May 24, 2019
The Democratic Leader accuses the President and Donald Trump has his Richard Nixon moment
Why the President threw a tantrum at the White House, why even more Democrats are using the "I" word, and why Nancy Pelosi is appealing to a higher power . Then - a federal judge says Deutsche Bank can hand Donald Trump's financial records to Democrats. Trymaine Lee reports on the voters that could make or break 2020 Democrats. 

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May 23, 2019
The impeachment dam begins to break
Three house Democrats on why they're moving closer to an impeachment inquiry as new subpoenas fly, new questions about what Donald Trump's attorney told Michael Cohen, and as protests take place across America, meet the man remaking America's courts. 

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May 22, 2019
As Democrats wait for Robert Mueller exploring the mountains of evidence of presidential malfeasance hiding in plain sight
Congressman Al Green on his call for Impeachment how 2020 Democrats are messaging their pitches to hold Trump accountable. Plus - as another state votes to eliminate abortion rights we'll take a look at the men taking those rights away . 

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May 18, 2019
New concerns that John Bolton is manipulating the President into war
What is Saudi Arabia asking the President to do? Plus, how the President just shocked the world by rejecting an agreement to fight online extremism.  Then, the growing outrage over Alabama's attack on abortion rights and as leadership stalls - the latest push to start the impeachment of Donald Trump. 

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May 17, 2019
The White House tells Congress it cannot investigate the President
The incredible new claim in a letter from the White House with Congressman Jamie Raskin and Senator Chris Van Hollen. Plus - Senator Tammy Duckworth on what looks like a White House attempt to provoke a war with Iran and outrage over Alabama . 

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May 16, 2019
The Justice Department now Investigating the origins of the Russia Investigation
The President embracing authoritarian tactics and the Republicans helping him do it. Then, the White House escalating tensions with Iran. 

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May 15, 2019
Donald Trump drags America into a full blown trade war
The Chinese retaliate amid growing fears that the man who bankrupted his casinos is about to squander the economy he inherited . Then - Congressman Adam Schiff on why he says Mueller will appear before the house and what we're learning about Don Jr's subpoena. 

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May 14, 2019
Donald Trump's Ukraine Campaign
The President is at it again! Congresswoman Maxine Waters on Donald Trump's public pursuit of help from a foreign government to get himself re-elected. Then - as Democrats finally subpoena the President's tax returns how a crucial court decision just changed the course of the investigation into Donald Trump's finances. 

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May 11, 2019
The first real crack in the red wall of Trump
Senator Richard Blumenthal on the uproar over the subpoena for Donald Trump Jr and why the leader of Democrats agrees we are in a constitutional crisis. Then, the Trump Ghostwriter who was there for all of those massive losses joins me live. Then, the growing assault on women's rights in states across america . 

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May 10, 2019
Donald Trump moves to stop congress from getting the Mueller report
How President Trump provoked a Constitutional crisis. Plus - why Senate Republicans have reportedly || agreed to subpoena Donald Trump Jr. Then - what we're learning from the New York Times || bombshell about Donald Trump's taxes and how the President managed to stay ahead of the con. 

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May 09, 2019
The President's co-conspirator reports to prison
Why nearly five hundred former federal prosecutors say the President would be charged with felonies if he wasn't in office. Then - the Treasury refuses to turn over Trump's tax returns and the justice department scrambles as house Democrats move to hold Bill Barr in contempt. 

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May 07, 2019
The President who wouldn't talk to Robert Mueller about Vladimir Putin talks to Vladimir Putin about Robert Mueller
The growing fears, and new evidence that the || 2020 election could be a replay of 2016 . Then - Carol Leonnig on the Mueller evidence that could be as consequential as the Nixon tapes. Plus - Governor Jay Inslee on his big climate announcement today and the absurdity of the "electability" argument when it comes to the Democratic primary. 

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May 04, 2019
Democrats escalate after the attorney general's no-show
As the Trump defiance of congress grows is there a movement to impeach Bill Barr? Then - Senator Richard Blumenthal on the question Bill Barr avoided today. Plus, 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders on the new White House push to end Obamacare. 


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May 03, 2019
Domestic terror in San Diego
The growing threat of white supremecist violence in America and the President ill equipped to stop it . Then - 2020 candidate Cory Booker on the Trump showdown with Congress over the Mueller Report and, my Exclusive interview with Beto O'Rourke || on his first big policy announcement.  

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Apr 30, 2019
The candidate at the top of the polls finally enters the race
Can Joe Biden's general election strategy to attack Donald Trump work in a contested Democratic primary . Then - is the President creating more problems for himself when he calls his former White House counsel a liar? 

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Apr 26, 2019
Joy Reid shares highlights from the first ever candidate forum hosted by and for Women of Color
Donald Trump doubles down on lies he told the Washington Post and Joy Reid sits down with democratic 2020 candidates at the "She The People" presidential forum. 

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Apr 25, 2019
Impeachment talk continues as the White House openly defies house Democrats
Oversight chairman Elijah Cummings on his latest escalation with the Trump administration. Then - Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez  on the Republican indifference to the Mueller Report. Plus the lawyer who argued today's Census case in the Supreme Court joins me live.

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Apr 24, 2019

Listen to Chris Hayes' and Kara Swisher's complete interview with Tim Cook from the MSNBC & Recode "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" town hall event. Cook sounds off on the future of education and technology, privacy and your data, the NRA, and much more. (Check out video clips from the program at

Apr 07, 2018