Donald Trump refused to deny he is an asset of the Russian government, and instead called the recent report by The New York Times "insulting" during an interview with Fox's Jeanine Pirro.
Nicolle Wallace talks to security expert Chuck Rosenberg. It's alarming how Trump is echoing Kremlin talking points.
Rachel Maddow and Ambassador Michael McFaul explore the pipeline for ideas like the bizarre claim that the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was a good idea, and wonder aloud who the source for his illusions is.
Analysts believe this is Putin getting leverage for Maria Butina.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso refused to admit to Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that it just might be a problem to have a president compromised by the Russians.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso dances all around the question about whether it's a problem to have the president of the United States compromised by a hostile foreign government.
Two murderous thugs appear to be delighted in each other's company at the G20.
Former Fox News pundit Col. Ralph Peters ripped into Trump for his relationship with Vladimir Putin, his ignorance of world affairs, his neglect of the Ukraine situation and his special relationship with Putin in an interview with Anderson Cooper.
'Active Measures' Director Explains Trump's Relationship To Putin: 'The Stooge And The Puppet-Master'
"Active Measures director Jack Bryan discusses Trump's long relationship with the Russians and the money laundering that's been going on since the 80's.
It was bad enough that Fox News host Jeanine Pirro asked such a question but even worse that her two guests responded by suggesting that special counsel Robert Mueller, a decorated Marine Corps captain and former FBI director, is at least as big a threat to the U.S. as Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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