MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle talks about how COVID doesn't care that you have to feed your kids and pay your rent. And our unresponsive (REPUBLICAN, Stephanie!) government doesn't care.
"Donald Trump intends to keep his grip on the Republican party, and Republicans are going to have to figure out how to deal with it," Schmidt said.
McConnell said the party’s Senate candidates are being financially overwhelmed because of small-dollar contributions to ActBlue, the online liberal fund-raising hub.
"A number of Republicans are coming out for Biden. It's not because they support Biden's ideology or they certainly don't support my ideology, but they understand that we have a president who is threatening our democracy," Sanders said.
Stephanie Ruhle called on Congress and the SEC to investigate the very suspicious, taxpayer-funded loan to Kodak to start a pharmaceutical division.
Donald Trump’s $765 million, taxpayer-funded loan to Kodak, to start a pharmaceutical division, cries out for SEC and Congressional investigations.
Speaking with Jeffrey Canada about the obscene inequities in the availability of resources based on zip code.
Against the backdrop of massive nationwide protests against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd, Stephanie Ruhle widened the lens to examine inequitable treatment in education, too.
Steve Cloobeck and Jon Ralston join Ruhle to call BS on Mayor of Las Vegas' plans to open up Vegas Strip.
Tensions were high as Steve Cloobeck and Jon Ralston let off steam on Ruhle's panel about pressure from Las Vegas Mayor Goodman to open the Strip.
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