"Last week we all heard the White House had their hands over their ears and didn't want to hear anything negative about the economy. There seems to have been a lot of change over the weekend," Stephanie Ruhle said.
The conservative pundit seems not to be able to help himself be obtuse about Trump's evil. Stephanie Ruhle set him straight.
In discussing what he'd like to see in tonight's debate, George Will needed some reminding about 2016 from Stephanie Ruhle.
Yet he is blocking election security legislation for no credible reason.
Astonishingly, the conservative commentator is mad at Joe Biiden for apologizing for his views on busing.
Eddie Glaude, Jr. was there to set the record straight about why Biden needed to apologize and why George Will is wrong about everything.
"It's highly unusual to grant immunity to others to resolve the case of a particular defendant," former prosecutor Barbara McQuade said.
John Delaney's unending stream of right wing and insurance company talking points will make your head hurt, but Velshi has an antidote.
Nichols says Trump thinks, "Well, I backed off of this bad decision and now I have to say something, so I'll say sanctions."
These are two witnesses that are in a very different position than other witnesses: They're still cooperating with the government.
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