Joy Reid and her panel, Jason Johnson, Neera Tanden and Kwame Jackson discuss the media's fixation with the white male candidates running in the Democratic presidential primary race.
Former Bush Sec. of Commerce is more concerned about minorities being harassed now that Trump has made it acceptable to do so.
Could the bar be set any lower?
Former Trump spokesperson Anthony Scaramucci tells a panel on CNN's State of the Union that Trump is presidential because "he is the president." Never mind the cheating and payoffs to porn stars.
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.
Here's the latest talking point from the right attempting to discredit the massive protests we've seen around the country since Trump took office -- they have no "consistent message."
During a discussion about the recent protests and very vocal crowds at Republican town halls across the country, former Huckabee, Bachmann, Santorum, Romney and Cruz flack, Alice Stewart tells the panel that the protesters have no "consistent message."
Trump's sympathizers don't understand we "suddenly" care about Russia's hacking and influence on our Democracy. Really?
Alice Stewart and Rick Santorum do their best to downplay the damage that the Russian hacking did to our presidential election and democracy on CNN's State of the Union.
CNN political analyst Van Jones on Sunday pointed out to Trump supporter Rachel Campos-Duffy that the billionaire Republican nominee was "part of the corruption" if he had not paid federal income taxes for the last 18 years.
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