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CNBC’s Insana: 'There’s no NAFTA without Canada'

Trump’s Canada and Mexico trade strategy may hurt U.S. jobs

09/01/18 07:33PM

President Trump tweeted that there is no need to keep Canada in a new NAFTA deal with Mexico. CNBC’s Ron Insana says 8 million U.S. jobs depend on trade with Canada and that “it’s very hard to understand” why President Trump is reluctant to make a deal with them. Washington Post correspondent Heather Long says Trump’s trade battles are... watch

White House blocks release of Kavanaugh documents before hearing

Why won't Trump admin release Kavanaugh papers from Bush era?

09/01/18 07:30PM

The Trump administration is withholding 102,000 pages of records regarding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s service in the George W. Bush administration. MSNBC legal analyst Danny Cevallos tells MSNBC’s Frances Rivera it’s an interesting decision because several law firms have carefully reviewed the documents at Bush’s request and signed... watch

Arizona GOP candidates show voters who supports Trump the most

Arizona GOP candidates show voters who supports Trump the most

08/28/18 12:38PM

A preview of today’s Arizona Republican primary, in the wake of Senator John McCain’s passing. It’s a primary race to replace outspoken Trump critic Senator Jeff Flake and all of the GOP candidates are doing their best to show Arizona voters who supports Donald Trump the most. NBC's Kasie Hunt reports. watch

Russian dissident credits McCain with saving his life

Kara-Murza said attention by McCain saved life in Russia

08/26/18 09:25PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui speaks to Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian opposition journalist who claims he was poisoned twice in Russia. Kara-Murza says McCain brought international attention to his case – which kept him alive. Kara-Murza says McCain was a champion of Russian political prisoners and fought for human rights. watch

Video shows moment shots are fired at Jacksonville shooting

Video shows moments shots are fired at Jacksonville, Florida...

08/26/18 04:15PM

Video of a live stream shared online where individuals are playing the Madden NFL video game shows the moments the tournament is interrupted by a series of shots and screaming. Law enforcement officials told local NBC News affiliate First Coast News that four people are dead and 11 are injured. watch

Witness: ‘It’s scary’

Resident reacts to shooting at Madden tournament in...

08/26/18 03:22PM

Resident of Jacksonville, Florida was nearby when shots were fired at a Madden Tournament and says he saw "a lot" of people running. The event was at Jacksonville Landing, a downtown marketplace, where the Sheriff reports there have been multiple fatalities. watch

'Crazy Rich Asians' – the Asian 'Black Panther' or a misfire?

Does 'Crazy Rich Asians' properly depict Asians in the film?

08/25/18 07:21PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui discusses questions being raised about the hit romantic comedy, “Crazy Rich Asians,” including that the film frames its characters in white norms, and how it depicts South Asians. Actress and producer Mouzam Makkar defended the film saying, “One movie can’t represent everything.” Brian Yang, actor and executive producer, and... watch

Analyst: Weisselberg immunity likely led to deeply damning info

Pecker & Weisselberg immunity could be issue for Cohen, Trump

08/25/18 07:17PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui discusses the aftermath of immunity deals given to Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg and National Enquirer publisher David Pecker in the Michael Cohen investigation. MSNBC legal analyst Katie Phang says it’s more than likely that Weisselberg gave incriminating information about President Trump as well as Cohen. Sarah... watch

Former U.S. Attorney: Trump not using pardon power in classic way

Could Trump pardon Manafort, Cohen and more in Mueller probe?

08/25/18 07:13PM

President Trump has not ruled out pardons for his former associates accused or convicted of crimes. Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade told MSNBC’s Richard Lui that President Trump has not used pardons in a traditional way – as a measure of forgiveness. Instead, he’s using it for people he believes were treated unfairly. Eliza Collins of USA... watch


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