Joy Reid and her panel take apart the latest talking point to come out of Trump-land from Gordon Sondland, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but not a "corrupt one."
MSNBC contributors David Corn and Cynthia Alskne take apart the latest desperate talking point coming out of Trump-land, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but it wasn't a "corrupt one."
Former Federal Prosecutor Cynthia Alksne is less worried about William Barr interfering in the Epstein case, and more concerned that he might make bail.
Cynthia Alksne and Lisa Bloom discuss the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein and whether or not William Barr might try to interfere in the case.
These are two witnesses that are in a very different position than other witnesses: They're still cooperating with the government.
Joy Reid discusses Nancy Pelosi's statement that Trump may not give up power unless he loses in a landslide, and what lessons Democrats should learn from the Watergate era with her panel, Midwin Charles, Cynthia Alksne, Jill Wine Banks, E.J. Dionne and former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman.
Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler explains why the Trump family shouldn't be doing any victory laps just yet due to the lack of indictments from Robert Mueller.
MSNBC's Joy Reid discusses whether Trump's family and Trump himself are out of the woods yet just because Mueller didn't bring any indictments against them.
Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne tells MSNBC's Alex Witt that she worries that Jim Jordan will try to turn the upcoming hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Feb. 7th into a circus in order to protect Trump.
Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne gives us a preview of what she expects from the likes of Jim Jordan during Michael Cohen's testimony during the upcoming Congressional hearing.
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