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Can Trump be more presidential?

Can Donald Trump be more presidential?

04/21/16 07:00PM

As Trump storms toward the nomination, the question Republicans are asking is: can he pivot? He's spent the past year insulting his opponents and boasting about his own polls. Can he now come across as more presidential? watch

Clinton, Trump ratchet up attacks

Clinton, Trump ratchet up attacks

04/20/16 07:41PM

Hillary Clinton has an early advantage over Donald Trump in a hypothetical match-up, she leads Trump by 11 points nationally according to an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. Republican strategist Ed Goeas, April Ryan of American Urban Radio Network and Mother Jones' David Corn join to discuss. watch

Is US relationship with Saudi Arabia...

Is US relationship with Saudi Arabia shifting?

04/20/16 07:31PM

President Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia comes amid new speculation over the kingdom's role in the September 11th attacks. Nayyera Haq, former Senior Advisor at the State Department, and The New York Times' David Sanger join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Can Republicans deny the party front-runner?

Can Republicans deny the party front-runner?

04/20/16 07:17PM

After Donald Trump's big win in New York, the two remaining GOP candidates insist the race will come down to a delegate fight at the convention. Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., a John Kasich supporter, and Rep. Scott DesJarlais, R-Tenn., a Donald Trump supporter discuss. watch

Matthews: US transit systems 'a disaster'

Matthews: US transit systems 'a disaster'

04/19/16 09:03PM

Chris Matthews discusses the lack of investment in public transportation and airports in the United States - particularly in New York - and how sub-par facilities have become cause for distrust among Americans in their elected officials. watch

Poll: 2016 frontrunners deeply unpopular

Poll: 2016 frontrunners deeply unpopular

04/18/16 07:38PM

Why are the least popular candidates the ones leading the presidential races? Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have the highest unfavorable numbers in their parties and Trump is the least popular major presidential candidate ever! watch

SCOTUS takes up immigration challenge

SCOTUS takes up immigration challenge

04/18/16 07:32PM

The Supreme Court takes up a challenge on the red-hot issue of immigration and the president's executive action to spare millions of illegal immigrants from being deported. Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) discusses with Chris Matthews. watch

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