The Nation's Justice Correspondent joined Joy Reid's panel to discuss Trump's unfettered corruption, and what needs to happen once Dems take power.
Talking to Joy Reid this morning, the Nation's Justice Correspondent explained why another impeachment won't happen, everyone saw the Stone thing coming, and if we still want laws, we need to oust Trump in November.
On AM Joy, the author and journalist had thoughts about Trump's cruel policy to force foreign students either into the classroom or back to their countries of origin.
She will be one of few Black women to ever have her own evening show.
The AM Joy host discussed what many believe are homicides with law enforcement analyst, Jim Cavanaugh. In most of the cases, police have ruled them suicides, but many families don't accept that explanation.
Jim Cavanaugh told Joy Reid that the recent spate of deaths by hangings in public plaaces "should be suspicious to not only Black citizens, but all Americans."
Joy Reid's panel discuss the outrageous tweet-firing of Geoffrey Berman of the SDNY.
Kendzior railed against those who are still in denial and say "no one could have seen this coming" with Trump, just how bad things would get. She's been warning us about the dark days ahead since the night Trump was elected, and even before.
Joy Reid interviewed Philadelphia County's first elected Black sheriff, Rochelle Bilal, about what is going on in police forces around the nation. (CW: Police violence)
Sheriff Rochelle Bilal has advice for cops who, as Joy Reid describes, react defensively rather than reflectively to the protests over George Floyd and the centuries of police brutality. (Warning: Video begins with graphic police violence.)
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