Rev. Al Sharpton talks to Shaun Robinson, Jason Johnson and Shira Center about Hillary Clinton’s latest hire, White House adviser John Podesta and how the GOP will attack her if she runs for president. watch
A new report says GOP early front-runner, Jeb Bush is a joke in Romneyland and that one Romney donor reportedly said, “A Bush can’t beat a Clinton.” Rev. Sharpton talks to Jonathan Capehart and Abby Huntsman about what Romney running would do to the GOP. watch
Rev. Sharpton and Jim Cavanaugh have details on a breaking news story about a man under arrest for his plan to place pipe bombs at the capitol shoot employees as they came out of the building. Then, new details on the Paris terror attack. watch
Reports say Mitt Romney is moving to reassemble his campaign team for an “almost certain” 2016 bid. What does that mean for Jeb Bush? Rev. Sharpton gets Angela Rye and Hogan Gidley to weigh in on the issue. watch
NBC News reports officials in Turkey were tracking the woman wanted as an accomplice in the attacks in Paris just moments before she vanished. Plus, new video has emerged showing the terrorists exchanging gunfire with police after the magazine massacre. R watch
Tuesday, President Obama met with leaders in Congress saying he’ll work with Republicans where he can, but less than an hour before that meeting, Speaker Boehner showed why that won’t always be possible. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Karen Bass and Dana Mil watch
Monday marked the five-year-anniversary of the earthquake hit Haiti. An estimated 230,000 people died. More than one million were displaced. Rev. Sharpton talks about how billions of dollars in aid have helped the rebuilding process. watch
Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night. With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style. He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.