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Matthews: 'Running for president shouldn't be amateur hour'

11/18/11 08:00PM

Running for president shouldn't be amateur hour, much less a clown show. I spend night after night here watching this parade of absurdity. Donald Trump:  Let me spell this out.  You are an incredible showman as well as business tycoon.  You could be a character in a Batman movie - Downtown Business Tycoon and Civic Leader. But you are not a presidential candidate!  Going after a President's birth certificate was a brilliant gimmick - but a gimmick nonetheless - and one that ended up blowing up.Michele Bachman: Please. read more

Can Gingrich be taken seriously?

Can Gingrich be taken seriously?

11/18/11 07:00PM

In representing health care companies, Newt Gingrich supported what Republicans would denounce as death panels and showed their support for an individual insurance mandate. Meet the Press moderator David Gregory and MSNBC political analyst Howard... watch

Coming up on Hardball...

11/18/11 05:19PM

We learned today that Newt Gingrich’s ‘think tank’ collected $37 million from major healthcare companies… and that Newt supported an individual insurance mandate before it was the centerpiece of Obamacare! Remember the Republican outcry over “death panels?” Yeah, he supported those, too. We’ve got the latest with “Meet the Press” moderator David Gregory and msnbc Political Analyst Howard Fineman. He’s a leader, not a reader… so back off, everybody! read more

Let Me Start...

11/18/11 09:24AM

Newt-mania! We're learning more about Newt Gingrich's consultancy business, and it's not looking good for Newt. The New York Times reports Newt consulted for hospitals on end-of-life care, and it turns out he was on the wrong end of the issue for conservatives, who derisively called it "death panels." And what about Newt's personal life? Will evangelicals go for a candidate who's been married three times? read more

Penn State child sex case develops

Penn State child sex case develops

11/17/11 07:00PM

NBC's national investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff in State College, Pennsylvania, and Kathleen Kane, an attorney who has prosecuted child sex crimes, talk with Chris Matthews about the latest details in the Penn State child sex abuse case. watch

Perry too lazy to fact-check his ad?

Perry too lazy to fact-check his ad?

11/17/11 07:00PM

Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Michael Feldman, a Democratic strategist, talk with Chris Matthews about the Republican furor over a quote attributed to President Obama that he didn’t actually say. watch

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