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Gold: President Trump is undermining global trade

U.S.-China trade war: Day one

07/06/18 02:33PM

Former Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, Matt Gold, joins MSNBC’s David Gura to talk about the immediate and long-term effects of Trump’s trade war with China. watch

Senators to watch as Trump's Supreme Court nominee announcement approaches

Senators to watch as Trump's Supreme Court nominee...

07/05/18 04:46PM

NBC News learned today that the President's top three contenders for Supreme Court Justice nominee are Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett, and Raymond Kethledge. Steve Kornacki breaks down how Donald Trump's pick could play out based on a few key Senators. watch

Michael Cohen distances himself from Trump as he faces increased legal pressure

Michael Cohen distances himself from Trump as he faces...

07/05/18 04:34PM

This weekend Michael Cohen deleted references of his connection to the President from his Twitter and Linked-In accounts. Asawin Suebsaeng of the Daily Beast says that those closest to Trump have also been doing everything they can to put distance between the President and his former associate. watch

Trump narrows Supreme Court pick to 3 appeals court judges

Trump narrows SCOTUS pick to Kavanaugh, Barrett, Kethledge

07/05/18 10:19AM

Following a series of interviews, President Donald Trump has narrowed down his shortlist of candidates to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Trump's possible picks include Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, Judge Amy Coney Barrett and Judge Raymond M. Kethledge. watch

A closer look into Trump’s Supreme Court shortlist

A closer look into Trump’s Supreme Court shortlist

07/05/18 07:18AM

President Trump has narrowed his Supreme Court shortlist to 7 in a rush to fill the seat. Former US attorney Harry Litman, former Chief of Staff to President Clinton Mack McLarty, and republican strategist Susan Del Percio join Chris Jansing to discuss who the president is more likely to choose. watch


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