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Newsweek: Russia attempts to influence US...

Newsweek: Russia attempts to influence US election

11/04/16 09:18AM

The U.S. government is mounting an unprecedented campaign to counter cyber-attacks ahead of Election Day. At the same time there is a brand report on Russia’s links to Donald Trump. Newsweek’s Kurt Eichenwald, joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to discuss. watch

Clinton restarts advertising in blue states

Clinton restarts advertising in blue states

11/02/16 09:47AM

The Clinton Campaign announced that Hillary Clinton will be campaigning in Ohio right before Election Day. Is it worth it for her to buy more advertisements this close to the race? Clinton supporter, David Brock, joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to weigh in on Clinton’s campaign strategy. watch

Clinton maintains stable 270 electoral votes

Clinton maintains stable 270 electoral votes

11/02/16 09:33AM

Donald Trump will be pushing hard to win a couple more battleground states, but even if he wins key battleground states, Clinton’s “blue wall” stands in his way to potential victory. NBC’s Chuck Todd joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to explain why Trump may not have a high chance of winning 270 electoral votes before the race is over. watch

Trump picks up steam in battleground states

Trump picks up steam in battleground states

11/02/16 09:08AM

Donald Trump has been picking up momentum in the last week before Election Day; but is it realistic for him and the RNC to spend their last bit of energy to turn the blue states red? MSNBC’s Charlie Sykes and The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank join MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to discuss. watch

Why won’t Paul Ryan say who he voted for?

Why won’t Paul Ryan say who he voted for?

11/01/16 09:49AM

With one week until Election Day, House Speaker Paul Ryan cast his early vote, but won’t say who he voted for in public. The New York Times’ Nicholas Confessore and The New York Daily News’ Mike Lupica join MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to discuss. watch

Former FBI official denies double standard

Former FBI assistant director denies double standard

11/01/16 09:42AM

Former FBI Assistant Director, Ron Hosko, joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to defend the FBI for not investigating the Russian’s accused interference in the elections, while opening a new review for Hillary Clinton’s emails. He argued that the facts are so different between the two cases “that a comparison should not be made.” watch

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