At a sick G-7 presser, Trump outrageously blamed the former president for Russia's international war crimes.
Velshi and Ruhle discussed Biden's Anita Hill baggage, and reports that he phoned her to express regret. But he did not apologize, as Ruhle stated repeatedly.
He may have called her, but he did not apologize.
Tom Brokaw on Meet the Press: "And a lot of this, we don't want to talk about. But the fact is, on the Republican side, a lot of people see the rise of an extraordinary, important, new constituent in American politics, Hispanics, who will come here and all be Democrats. Also, I hear, when I push people a little harder, "Well, I don't know whether I want brown grandbabies." I mean, that's also a part of it. It's the intermarriage that is going on and the cultures that are conflicting with each other. I also happen to believe that the Hispanics should work harder at assimilation. That's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. "
MSNBC host Ali Velshi reacted to Donald Trump's statement of support for Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after the CIA issued their report investigating journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death.
Look who claimed to be at the White House right after Trump attacked a reporter for asking him if he was giving aid and comfort to white nationalists.
Earlier in his press briefing after Election Day, Donald Trump scolded and demanded reporter April Ryan to "sit down" and soon after another African America, Yamiche Alcindor from NPR asked about his white nationalism and he freaked, calling her question "racist."
Stephanie Ruhle and Christine Quinn take apart Trump apologist Nan Hayworth's pathetic excuses for why it doesn't matter that the man is a pathological liar.
Mitch McConnell didn't "moderate" Trump -- he's channeling him.