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    Sunday, 12/08/19

    Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.

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      Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.
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    • Saturday, 12/07/19
      Joy Reid tackles the most important news and political topics of the week and, along with a rotating panel of journalists, will explore how these issues shape the country.
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Every weekend on AM Joy, award-winning journalist Joy Reid brings viewers in-depth interviews with leading newsmakers, perspective on the critical political stories shaping the election season and beyond, plus compelling discussions with America’s preeminent political minds.

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Black voters still subject to digital disinformation campaigns

Online election interference targeting blacks in 2016 continues

12/08/19 05:28PM

Russian interference in the 2016 election was in significant part targeted at African-American voters with the apparent goal of digital voter suppression, recent reports show. Shireen Mitchell, founder of Stop Online Violence Against Women, joins Joy Reid to discuss black voters still being subject to digital disinformation campaigns. watch

Rep. Swalwell: Trump never said he’ll abide a court decision

Giuliani called Trump’s lawyer in Ukraine scandal by Rep....

12/08/19 03:32PM

The House Judiciary Committee holds its Donald Trump impeachment inquiry hearing on Monday, while the long-awaited DOJ inspector general’s report on the origins of the Russia investigation is soon expected to be released. Rep. Eric Swalwell joins Joy Reid to discuss. watch

Saudi government expected to cooperate in Pensacola investigation

Saudi government expected to cooperate in Pensacola shooting...

12/08/19 01:16PM

In a press conference FBI special agent Rachel Rojas identifies the Saudi gunman who killed three sailors at a naval air station in Pensacola, Fla. Under Saudi Arabia's King Salman's direction, the government has pledged to cooperate with the U.S. authorities while the investigation takes place. watch

Legal expert says Nunes has much explaining to do over Parnas call

Nunes dodges questions about phone call with Giuliani associate

12/07/19 04:07PM

The House Intelligence report revealed that Rep. Devin Nunes had previous undisclosed phone calls with Rudy Giuliani and his Ukrainian business associate Lev Parnas, who’s been indicted on campaign finance charges. Frank Figliuzzi, former FBI assistant director, joins Joy Reid to discuss. watch

Harris departure highlights lack of diversity among leading Dems

Six white candidates qualify for next Democratic debate so far

12/07/19 03:49PM

Sen. Kamala Harris announced recently that she is suspending her campaign, the only African-American woman running to unseat Donald Trump, adding to the irony that what started out as one of the most diverse presidential fields in American history, has become dominated by candidates who are white and male. Joy Reid and her panel discuss—plus,... watch

GOP expert wanted Clinton impeachment, says ‘slow down’ on Trump

GOP’s impeachment expert Turley says House should slow down

12/07/19 03:31PM

During last week’s Donald Trump House impeachment inquiry public hearings, Republicans called Professor Jonathan Turley, who in 1998 testified that Bill Clinton should be impeached for lying under oath about a sexual affair—but this time he asserts that the House should slow down. Walter Dellinger, Duke University law professor, joins Joy Reid... watch

Why won’t House Republicans mount an impeachment defense of Trump?

Impeachment hearings resume Monday with House Judiciary Committee

12/07/19 03:15PM

Impeachment hearings resume Monday in the House Judiciary Committee, with House Republicans announcing that they will not mount a defense of Trump, even though they have been invited to participate in the process. Betsy Woodruff Swan, political reporter for The Daily Beast, joins Joy Reid to discuss. watch

Critic says Barr comments imply a ‘two-tier American citizenship’

Barr: Communities not showing ‘respect’ to police may lose...

12/07/19 03:01PM

Attorney General William Barr made a comment many people have perceived to be a veiled threat, during a Justice Department awards ceremony this week, apparently suggesting that American citizens who do not ‘respect’ police might find themselves unprotected by police when they need them. Adam Serwer, writer for The Atlantic, joins Joy Reid to... watch

Who ‘Won the Week’? DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake and more

DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake praised for FOX News appearance

12/01/19 03:07PM

Who are the biggest winners of the week in politics, top news, and more? Joy Reid and her panel discuss—plus, AM JOY welcomes a special ‘Who Won the Week’ guest, DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake, democratic candidate for Congressional District 15 in New York State. watch

GOP senator repeats debunked Ukraine election meddling hoax

Sen. Kennedy repeats debunked Ukraine election meddling hoax

12/01/19 02:53PM

Sen. John Neely Kennedy made the debunked argument Sunday morning on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ that Ukraine was involved in interfering with the 2016 elections, a hoax promoted by Russia, the actual, sole culprit. Joy Reid and her panel discuss this and more news-making moments from the Sunday political discussion shows. watch

Media coverage of diverse 2020 candidates slammed as biased

Harris, Warren, Castro campaigns hastily portrayed as faltering

12/01/19 02:34PM

Sen. Kamala Harris, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, has faced widespread media coverage suggesting that her campaign is unravelling, while prematurely signalling the demise of her White House hopes, two full months before the first votes are cast in the Iowa caucuses. Joy Reid and her panel discuss Harris, Warren, Castro, Klobuchar and... watch

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