Former President Jimmy Carter has some advice for Donald Trump. Ahem.
Andrea Mitchell set this question up to be one where sad Sykes said the Midwest wouldn't stand for impeachment, but she got the opposite response.
Sally Yates: Trump Would Have Been Indicted If He Wasn't President, Based On 'Devastating' Mueller Report
The former deputy Attorney General tries to cut through all the obfuscation and spin to the essentials: Donald Trump tried to obstruct justice in the investigation into Russian interference in our democratic elections.
Rep. Devin Nunes discredited the House Intelligence Committee and so did the rest of the Republicans that were part of its leadership.
Trump told the press pool he intends to cooperate with investigations from House Democrats and then immediately proceeded to called them a "hoax."
Chuck Todd, once again, blames "Congress" rather than "Republicans" for the lazy response to Trump's Obstruction of Justice.
It's about the rule of law.
During an impromptu question and answer session at the White House, Donald Trump decided to whack Jon Karl, much to Andrea Mitchell's delight.
Donald Trump made a point out of bullying ABC reporter Jonathan Karl instead of answering a simple question about the government shutdown and Trump's border wall demands.
Andrea Mitchell and Kristen Welker discuss the backlash Trump is getting from CA lawmakers after tweeting he's cutting off FEMA money to the state.
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