The MSNBC host interviewed John Boyd, a farmer who is NOT okay with Trump's policies or the GOP Shutdown.
The Media's frustrating "man-in-the-street" coverage of Trump's Shutdown and Trade Policies lacked...shall we say...color.
On Katy Tur's show, Richard Engel explains why Natalya Veselnitskaya was charged with obstruction of justice in the U.S.
Trump is trying again to distract from his Russia problems with his Wall Show tonight.
Joyce Vance explains why Matt Whitaker has likely violated DOJ ethics rules and maybe even laws after news broke that he had a cozy lunch with Edwin Meese, Ronald Reagan's corrupt Attorney General.
Matt Whitaker apparently gave Meese a nice briefing on active DOJ investigations and no one even gasped.
The constant filming of protestors feeds into an undemocratic distrust of the election process, and has NOTHING to do with the legal and proper counting of votes.
A Kemp supporter with ties to the board of elections tells MSNBC's Katy Tur that anyone who is calling out the voter suppression in Georgia is basically implying that people of color are too stupid to follow directions, and says that Oprah needs to "go back to Chicago" and worry about what's going on there instead of campaigning for Abrams.
It's almost like Republicans don't have any substance behind their positions.
Katy Tur was asked how to make it fair to all parties while discussing....
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