MSNBC's Chris Hayes tore into Rupert Murdoch and his minions at Fox and the NY Post for their dangerous lies during the pandemic, and rightfully called Murdoch "one of the most destructive people on the planet."
Chris Hayes was kinda "subtle" about his pre-empting by the Trump Town Hall? Not really.
“Basically, most everyone involved in Kanye West’s kind of, sort of presidential campaign — if you can call it that — they’re all just Republican hacks,” Chris Hayes said last night.
"And that is both the core of Trumpism and it is the core of Barr's legal theory of running the Justice Department," Atlantic writer Adam Serwer said.
Is Rep. Michael Burgess on drugs?
"Hey! Hey! Hey! That's unacceptable," Ocasio-Cortez said as she pointed her finger at the audience member. Then, looking back at Inglis, she added: "And that's the difference between me and Trump."
"Hey! That’s unacceptable!" Ocasio-Cortez chided an audience member during an MSNBC townhall.
Senator Sherrod Brown stopped just short of saying he's running in the Democratic primary, but it seems pretty clear he's running in the Democratic primary.
Steve Schmidt, one of the most eloquent and powerful speakers on media in recent years, gave a truly amazing interview on All In With Chris Hayes tonight
Senator Chris Murphy discusses Trump's "slow car crash" foreign policy and the possibility he has been compromised by Vladimir Putin.
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