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Bannon: I’m revving up the Breitbart machine

Bannon: I’m revving up the Breitbart machine

08/19/17 07:34PM

What impact will Steve Bannon have on American politics now that he’s left the White House? Joy Reid and her panel discuss, in the aftermath of Boston’s ‘free speech’ rally and counter-protests. watch

Eric Bolling sues reporter Yashar Ali for...

Eric Bolling sues reporter Yashar Ali for defamation

08/13/17 11:33AM

Yashar Ali joins Joy Reid on the $50 million law suit brought against him by Eric Bolling in response to his report on sexual harassment allegations made against the FOX host. Former FOX guest Caroline Heldman, who made similar allegations against Bolling, and attorney Lisa Bloom, also join to discuss. watch

Who is White House aide Sebastian Gorka?

Who is White House aide Sebastian Gorka?

08/13/17 11:00AM

White House aide Sebastian Gorka used to work at Breitbart.com, has been photographed wearing a pin associated with a Nazi-allied group—and may be one of Donald Trump’s closest political advisers. watch

DOJ’s response to Charlottesville: Is it...

DOJ’s response to Charlottesville: Is it enough?

08/13/17 10:32AM

Many believe Attorney General Jeff Sessions released a statement on the violence at Saturday’s white supremacy rally that was stronger than the president’s initial comments, yet failed to be an adequate response. watch

NYT: Mueller seeks interviews with West Wing

NYT: Mueller seeks interviews with West Wing

08/13/17 10:17AM

Joy Reid speaks to Rep. Ted Lieu and former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter on special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly expanding the Russia probe—and why his investigation continues to be critical. watch

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