Discussing a new right-wing talk show, Reid and her guests couldn't help make the comparison between another famous knock-off, played out in the classic movie, "Coming To America."
Joy Reid and her guests absolutely roasted the new show, "The Right View" for its blatant copying of another talk show, and the GOP's pathetic need to be celebrities themselves.
"You do your job, we'll do ours. America will be much better off for that," the Morning Joe host said.
"They've not once talked about defending the substance of what the president has been accused of," the Morning Joe host said.
"It is painfully clear that the attorney general cannot and should not be the arbiter of what Congress and ultimately the American people can see when it comes to the Mueller report," Kurt Bardella wrote.
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 Reid and her panel, Kurt Bardella, Gabe Sherman, John Harwood and Carole Simpson discuss Jane Mayer's recent article at The New Yorker, Bill Shine leaving the White House, and the Democrats decision not to allow Fox to host their primary debates.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss the fact that Trump is the worst deal maker in the world, and is beholden to right wing flame thrower Ann Coulter.
RNC spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany was none too happy with former Republican Kurt Bardella when he called her out for ignoring mass gun violence in America while being all too happy to use the shooting of a police officer to demonize undocumented immigrants.
Former Republican Calls Out RNC Spox For Only Caring About Shootings When They Can Demonize People Of Color
Former Republican Kurt Bardella took RNC spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany to task for only caring about shootings when they can demonize an undocumented immigrant or a person of color during a panel discussion on MSNBC.
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