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GOP leaders distance themselves from Trump

GOP leaders distance themselves from Trump

06/15/16 11:39AM

Charlie Sykes talks about the political crisis for the GOP and the moral crisis for the conservative movement caused by Donald Trump's rhetoric and views. He says “Donald Trump is no longer within the acceptable range of normal political discourse.” watch

Gunman's father blames terrorism for...

Gunman's father blames terrorism for Orlando attack

06/15/16 11:00AM

Seddique Mateen, father of Omar Mateen speaksto reporters, saying everyone must work together to fight ISIS and pay attention to their children so they can make sure they aren’t influenced by the terrorist group. Mateen offers his apologies to the country. watch

Rep. Hoyer: 'Democratic party is unified'

Rep. Hoyer: 'Democratic party is unified'

06/10/16 11:05AM

Rep. Steny Hoyer, House Minority Whip, says that the Democratic party is now unified and ready to take on the Republican party. He also comments on the latest remarks by the Republican base regarding Donald Trump. watch

'History was made in California'

'History was made in California'

06/08/16 11:41AM

California Representative Karen Bass says the Democratic Party will unify and that Hillary Clinton will have no problem highlighting the weaknesses of Donald Trump. watch

Reagan's son: Trump 'embarrassment' to GOP

Reagan's son: Trump is an 'embarrassment' to GOP

06/07/16 01:31PM

What would Ronald Reagan have to say about Donald Trump? Ron Reagan, Ronald Reagan's youngest son, joins MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell to explain his disappointment that Donald Trump is the Republican Party's nominee, and how his father would feel about the candidate's incendiary remarks. watch

Will Dem Party be able to unify?

Will the Democratic Party be able to unify?

06/07/16 01:21PM

Karen Finney, spokeswoman from the Hillary Clinton campaign, joins MSNBC's Tamron Hall to discuss Hillary Clinton's road to being the first woman to be nominated by a major party, and how the Democratic Party will seek to unify after today's primary in California. watch


About MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall is the anchor of MSNBC Live, weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on MSNBC.  The show features high profile interviews and in-depth coverage of U.S., world and entertainment news.   

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