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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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Does the DNC overlook its most loyal voters?

Does the DNC overlook its most loyal voters?

07/01/17 11:35AM

Earlier in the week Joy Reid interviewed DNC Chairmen Tom Perez to get his response to the letter urging the DNC to put more black women in leadership positions. A panel joins Joy to discuss. watch

Who is Jay Sekulow?

Who is Jay Sekulow?

07/01/17 11:19AM

Jay Sekulow is Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and has been making the rounds on different news outlets, but there may be something you don’t know about him and his businesses. watch

Healthcare: Repeal and delay?

Healthcare: Repeal and delay?

07/01/17 11:00AM

President Trump endorsed a Republican senator’s plan to repeal Obamacare first, and replace it later. What that could mean for millions of Americans. watch

Why are Democrats attacking Nancy Pelosi?

Why are Democrats attacking Nancy Pelosi?

06/25/17 11:31AM

Have the Democrats internalized messaging about Nancy Pelosi that originated with the Republican party? Joy Reid and her panel debate this, and what’s really behind recent party losses. watch

CBC declines White House meeting with Trump

CBC declines White House meeting with Trump

06/25/17 11:16AM

Congressional Black Caucus Chairman, Rep. Cedric Richmond, joins Joy Reid to discuss why the CBC turned down the invitation to meet with the president offered through Trump aide Omarosa Manigault. watch

GOP congressman defends healthcare bill

GOP congressman defends healthcare bill

06/24/17 10:59AM

Joy Reid and Republican Rep. Tom Reed debate the controversial GOP healthcare proposals that would give tax breaks to the one percent, while significantly reducing funding for Medicaid. watch

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