Chuck Todd Shoots Down White House Official Claiming Racist Trump Campaign Ad Is From 'Outside Group'
White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short tried to distance the White House from an advertisement being run by the Trump campaign alleging that Democrats are "complicit" in murders committed by undocumented immigrants.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss the ongoing battle between the Trump administration and Democrats over DACA and the broader issue of how they've used fearmongering and racism to drive the debate over immigration.
Graham's reference was a clear pointer to Stephen Miller, who worked for Jeff Sessions in the Senate and holds nativist, white supremacist views.
Everywhere or just the white countries? That question wasn't answered.
In a photo op with the President of Kazakhstan, Trump says he wants immigrants from "everywhere."
One thing is certain: If Donald Trump's family had to meet merit-based standards, they never would have been allowed in.
To Rick "Please don't Google my name" Santorum, the implicit racism of Trump's immigration policies are sound Republican concepts, so let's not bother with troublesome speech patterns.
Rick Santorum helps Trump with his fearmongering lies on chained migration and whether or not unskilled workers make up the majority of immigrants to the United States.
Dan Scavino, Jr. (Italian, ya think?) gets his butt handed to him on Twitter. Hilarity ensues.
Quite the wild panel on Don Lemon's CNN show last night.