When the votes have all counted, Hillary Clinton will likely win the popular vote by over 2 million votes, but Donald Trump will still be president because of the electoral college. Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-NY, is fighting to change this. watch
MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton and Senior Fellow of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Jared Bernstein, talks about what President Obama's economic legacy will be and how Trump will change it. watch
American University’s Professor Allan Lichtman joins MSNBC’s Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss President Obama’s achievements and the potential damages that President-elect Donald Trump can do to harm President Obama’s legacy. watch
After President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, people have been signing up for Obamacare at a faster pace than last year. Will he have a more challenging time repealing and replacing it? U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Secretary Sylvia Burwell joins MSNBC’s Re. Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
President-elect Donald Trump’s top choice for attorney general, Jeff Sessions, has been dogged by past allegations of racial bias. Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler joins MSNBC’s Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss Sessions’ possible role as attorney general. watch
After the civil rights progress of the 1960s, Richard Nixon was elected. And after the nation's first black president, we have Donald Trump. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. puts it all in perspective with Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
Some of Hillary Clinton's most powerful allies are the "Mothers of the Movement", five women whose children died at the hands of gun violence or police encounters. Gwen Carr and Lucia McBath join Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
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