With customary precision and insight, the author and pundit sliced through the theory that others may have wanted Trump to win the election, but he didn't.
Conservative Republican thinks it's unfair to call Cindy Hyde Smith a racist, and that it's untrue that Steve King holds power. Joy Reid and Jennifer Rubin explain reality to him.
EJ Dionne notes Trump's Nixonian "madman" negotiating "strategy," and notes that immigration hardliners are nervous Trump might give away something of substance to save face over the stupid "memory device" known as "build the wall."
There is nothing about the way GOP strategists try to defend this administration that holds up to logical scrutiny.
So why is the government shut down over a mnemonic device?
Joy Reid, Wendell Potter, Jonathan Cohn and Perry Bacon, Jr. discuss the Texas judge's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, and where Democrats are likely to take healthcare policy in the upcoming Congress.
These are the type of judges who are not "housebroken," the legal analyst said.
Yes they're talking about the disaster that is Matt Whitaker, but they don't forget to celebrate the removal of the Confederate monument that was AG Jeff Sessions.
The panel discussing the disaster of the Matt Whitaker appointment to acting AG didn't forget to celebrate the end of Jeff Sessions' tenure at the "Justice" Department.
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.
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