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2020 Democrats release climate change plans

Trump on climate change says ‘it changes both ways’

06/16/19 02:53PM

The 2020 Democrats are gearing up for the first presidential debate in Miami, a city that scientists predict will be under water by the end of the century if climate change is not addressed. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss climate change as a key issue among 2020 Democratic candidates and voters. watch

Mueller did not find ‘no collusion’ but Trump maintains he did

Trump spars over Russia probe in ABC News interview

06/16/19 02:39PM

Donald Trump made statements contradicting the facts outlined in Robert Mueller’s report during his interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News, apparently disputing how the report addresses collusion. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss. watch

Who will replace White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders?

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders resigns

06/16/19 02:28PM

Outgoing White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has resigned, at a point when it has been more than three months since she gave an official press briefing. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss. watch

Poor People's Campaign Presidential Forum hosts 2020 candidates

Bishop William Barber, Joy Reid co-host Poor People's Campaign...

06/16/19 02:15PM

Tomorrow, Monday June 17 in Washington, D.C., 10 presidential contenders will join Joy Reid and Rev. Dr. William J. Barber as they co-host the Poor People's Campaign Presidential Forum, an event that will ask how candidates plan to help the 140 million poor and low-income people in the U.S. Rev. Dr. William J. Barber joins Jonathan Capehart... watch

Elizabeth Warren and more slowly erasing Joe Biden’s lead

2020 Democrats running for president focus on South Carolina

06/16/19 02:03PM

Joe Biden maintains a consistent lead in most 2020 polls, but Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigeig, and Bernie Sanders are slowly inching their ways closer to Biden’s lead, all receiving a slight boost since May in the latest Quinnipiac University Poll. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss. watch

Watergate prosecutor calls Trump press snipe ‘danger to democracy’

Trump attacks news media as ‘enemy of the people’

06/16/19 01:48PM

Donald Trump attacked the news media as the ‘enemy of the people’ Saturday night, calling a story in The New York Times regarding national security ‘a virtual act of treason’ in a tweet. Jonathan Capehart in for Joy Reid and his panel discuss. watch

Liberal columnist to donate million-dollar judgement against Nazis

Dean Obeidallah wins $4.1 million lawsuit against neo-Nazis

06/15/19 01:48PM

Dean Obeidallah, liberal social commentator, has been awarded a $4.1 million in a lawsuit against neo-Nazis who targeted him. Obeidallah, radio host, columnist and frequent AM JOY guest, joins Joy Reid on his pledge to donate his judgement monies to, ‘organizations run by people they hate.’ watch

MSNBC’s Mariana Atencio details her immigration story in new book

Trump administration’s child detention and border crises fester

06/15/19 01:34PM

Heart-wrenching stories continue to emerge from the border, where the Trump administration family separation policy was most strongly applied. MSNBC’s Mariana Atencio joins Joy Reid with her latest reporting on America’s migrant crisis, and her new book documenting her immigration story and more, ‘Perfectly You: Embracing the Power of Being Real.’ watch

2020 candidate Booker: ‘I’ve changed my opinion’ on impeachment

2020 presidential candidate Cory Booker has changed on...

06/15/19 01:18PM

Sen. Cory Booker, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, tells Joy Reid he has changed his view on starting impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump. Booker also tells AM JOY why he believes he is the best candidate to lead America and the Democratic party now. watch

Will GOP hold Trump accountable for foreign intel statements?

GOP lawmakers defend Trump after foreign intel comments

06/15/19 12:51PM

Many Republican members of Congress sought to ensure to the public that they would contact U.S. intelligence authorities if they were offered information on an opponent by a foreign government or entity. Joy Reid and her panel discuss whether Republican leaders will hold Donald Trump accountable for apparently stating he would accept this type... watch

How Trump ‘opened world to attack U.S. elections’ expert believes

Trump comments on foreign interference can impact 2020 experts...

06/15/19 12:37PM

Donald Trump has stated that he would apparently be open to opposition research offered to his 2020 campaign from a foreign source, although he later walked back that statement. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the view that the president merely making this statement could impact the 2020 presidential election. watch

Rebellion against Pelosi lurks from base demanding impeachment

Pelosi says no to growing calls for impeachment of Trump

06/15/19 12:21PM

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to refuse calls for impeachment proceedings to begin, despite the speaker stating she believes that Donald Trump has been involved in a criminal cover-up. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how the Democratic base appears to be increasingly alienated by House Democrats refusing to impeach the president, and what... watch

Biden reverses position on abortion funding after Dem criticism

Biden leads in Iowa poll trailed by Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg

06/13/19 06:29PM

The results from the latest Des Moines Register poll are in, and former Vice President Joe Biden remains on top; however, his support is down three points since the same poll was conducted in March. Joy Reid and her panel discuss perceptions of Biden as being of the old Democratic guard, versus candidates who appeal more to progressives. watch