The House Judiciary Committee meets to hear testimony on "Lessons from the Mueller Report: Presidential Obstruction and Other Crimes"
On AM Joy, the panel discusses Sen. Burr's subpoena of Donald Trump, Jr, about which Republicans are losing their minds.
In this AM Joy discussion, Elie Mystal and Midwin Charles speak bold and painful truth about the Mueller report and what it means for the only way forward for Democrats.
MSNBC legal analyst, Midwin Charles nails the perfect analogy to describe where the Mueller Report leaves us as a country.
Nicolle Wallace and her Deadline White House panel are grappling with frustration about the legal constraints place on Mueller by the OLC guidelines regarding indictment of a sitting president.
Nicolle Wallace's Deadline WH Panel grapples with Mueller's not explicitly stating he wanted to indict Trump.
In testimony that shocked Democrats because of its irresponsibility, Barr — the sitting Attorney General — seemed not to know the difference between spying and authorized surveillance.
Nicolle Wallace's panel decried the Attorney General's blatantly partisan and intentionally inflammatory testimony in front of the Senate today.
"It's possible he knows of indictments coming but it's also possible he's unhinged because he watched a Fox News story that got him upset," Matthew Miller said.
"It's absolutely correct it would have been irresponsible not to open it," the former prosecutor said.
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