MSNBC reporter Cal Perry reports on immediate fallout from the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.
Reporter Cal Perry explains why past presidents chose not to assassinate Qasem Soleimani: the fallout is worse than letting him live.
Stephanie Ruhle's show looked at the United Constitutional Patriots, a group of armed private citizens who "patrolled" the New Mexico border illegally harassing and detaining migrants from Mexico.
They whine about being called "militia" or "vigilantes." But as Cal Perry tells Stephanie Ruhle, if it walks like a duck...and technically, what they do to migrants is called kidnapping.
Cal Perry and Joy Ann Reid report after they were permitted to tour one of the tent cities which Perry described as being like a base in Iraq without the IEDs.
Cal Perry: "They're going to move the kids to a military base and they'll become military detainees, these children and we're going to lose complete access and we're going to have to rely on whistle blowers who know now is the time to stand up and be counted."
MSNBC's Richard Lui and Cal Perry discuss the latest developments with the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was just halted by the Army Corps of Engineers.
AM Joy provides DAPL protesters some badly needed press while 2,000 veterans join the Native Americans trying to fight the oil industry's violent suppression tactics.