Al Sharpton picks from a crowded field of candidates to award the Revvie for worst political move of 2016. Elise Jordan, Jimmy Williams, Maria Teresa Kumar and Karine Jean-Pierre weigh in on the choice. watch
Is President-elect Donald Trump using his “transition reality show” not to find the best talent but to humiliate his former critics, such as Mitt Romney and Rick Perry? Reason Magazine’s Matt Welch, The New York Times’ Yamiche Alcindor and The Nations’ Joan Walsh joins MSNBC’s Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
While the jury reviewing the Walter Scott shooting trial continues to deliberate, Dylann Roof, the accused of the Charlestown church shooting, will go to trail and represent himself. Defense attorney Karen Desoto and managing partner for Martin & Martin, Areva Martin, join MSNBC’s Al Sharpton to discuss the two cases. watch
President-elect Donald Trump warned voters during his campaign that he’ll cut federal funds in areas that refuse to deport undocumented citizens. Some mayors have come forward, vowing to protect immigrants. Dream Action Coalition’s Cesar Vargas joins MSNBC’s Al Sharpton to discuss the fight over “sanctuary cities.” watch
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
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