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Buttigieg: I have more experience in govt than the current President

Buttigieg: I have more experience in govt than the current President

copied!South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is currently an exploring a run for President. He plays Hardball.Read More

February 8, 2019
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Two Trump attorneys accused of lying to federal ethics officials

Two Trump attorneys accused of lying to federal ethics officials

copied!Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about the potential criminal liability of two of Donald Trump's attorneys who are accused by the House Oversight Committee of lying to the Office of Government Ethics about the hush money Donald Trump directed to be paid to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.Read More

February 16, 2019
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Trump falsely claimed Obama was considering war with North Korea

Trump falsely claimed Obama was considering war with North Korea

copied!Jeremy Bash, former chief of staff at the CIA and Department of Defense, says that President Trump's statement that Obama was "close to war" with North Korea are patently false.Read More

February 16, 2019
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School story from Trump's State of the Union address unravels

School story from Trump's State of the Union address unravels

© 2020 NBCNEWS.COMFeb. 10, 2020, 9:20 AM ESTUpdated Feb. 10, 2020, 9:35 AM ESTBy Steve BenenDuring Donald Trump's State of the Union address last week, Donald Trump condemned "failing government schools" -- a phrase generally used by opponents of public education -- and a fourth-grade student in Philadelphia named Janiyah Davis.The president used Davis and her family as an example of the kind of folks who deserve a taxpayer-funded voucher to pay private-school tuition:"Janiyah's mom, Stephanie, is a single parent. She would do anything to give her daughter a better future. But last year,...

February 11, 2020
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Steyer: Not going to join the 'Stop Bernie' campaign

Steyer: Not going to join the 'Stop Bernie' campaign

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer answers if he is concerned that Bernie Sanders can't beat President Trump.Read More

February 11, 2020
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N.H. voter: I voted for Sanders because of media's ‘cynical’ coverage of him

N.H. voter: I voted for Sanders because of media's ‘cynical’ coverage of him

Ari Melber speaks with voters in New Hampshire, asking them who they voted for in Tuesday's primary and why. One voter shares her criticism of MSNBC's coverage of the 2020 race.Read More

February 11, 2020
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Trump accused of new quid pro quo, this time with New York

Trump accused of new quid pro quo, this time with New York

The president is being accused of another quid pro quo, and this time it's with New York in his seeming attempts to have the state drop multiple lawsuits against his administration.Read More

February 14, 2020
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Warren: Bloomberg’s past comments on redlining are 'outrageous'

Warren: Bloomberg’s past comments on redlining are 'outrageous'

After an interview surfaced in which Michael Bloomberg blamed the 2008 economic collapse on the end of discriminatory redlining practices, Elizabeth Warren tells Kasie Hunt that 'anyone who thinks that should not be the leader of our party.'Read More

February 17, 2020
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1,000+ ex-DOJ officials call on Barr to resign

1,000+ ex-DOJ officials call on Barr to resign

The push for Attorney General Bill Barr to resign grows stronger as over 1,000 former DOJ officials call for Barr to resign. Two of those officials, former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance and former DOJ Spokesman Matthew Miller join Stephanie Ruhle to explain why. Weighing in: New York Times columnist James Stewart.Read More

February 17, 2020
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New polling shows 56% support Medicare for All

New polling shows 56% support Medicare for All

copied!“Medicare for All” has become a huge topic for 2020 candidates. And a majority of Americans have shown support for a national health care plan.Read More

February 8, 2019
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