Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler explains why the Trump family shouldn't be doing any victory laps just yet due to the lack of indictments from Robert Mueller.
Former Republican and media strategist for Breitbart, Kurt Bardella, explained to CNBC's John Harwood why no debate at Fox is ever going to be fair for Democrats, no matter who the moderator is.
Joy-Ann Reid brings us back to reality. Government shutdowns are a breach of trust with the American people.
In an obvious rebuke to Trump's talk of "nationalism," French President Emmanuel Macron warned of the dangers of this global trend during his address at the 100 year commemoration of Armistice Day in Paris.
MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid and her guest, The New Yorker's Jelani Cobb, discuss the fact that sadly, separating children from their families is not "un-American" given our country's long history of doing just that.
NPR's Maria Hinojosa discusses the history of separating children from their families in the United States and the challenges journalists have reporting on immigration detention centers when they're not allowed to enter them.
Sarah Kendzior discusses the fact that Trump is not working in the interest of the United States, but instead, "what can a leader of a country do for Trump."
Author Sarah Kendzior discusses France's latest moves after Trump said he wanted Russia brought back into the G7.
Trump's been president for well over a year, but he continues to blame his predecessor for everything that goes wrong.
MSNBC's Joy Reid and her panel, Col. Jack Jacobs, former Pentagon official Rosa Brooks and The Atlantic's Natasha Bertrand discuss Trump's latest Twitter tirade, blaming President Obama for the recent chemical attacks on Syria and the fact that there really aren't a lot of good options available to the U.S. to deal with Assad.
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