‘ED Show’ playbook: Wed., June 13

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon takes heat from Democrats and gets love from Republicans, blaming a $2 billion trading loss on “complacency” during a congressional hearing.

Tonight, Michael Eric Dyson (filling in for Ed, who’s gone fishing this week) will go in-depth on today’s hearing with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who explains why the American people are still exposed by the big bank casinos. 

And William Cohan, former Managing Director at JP Morgan Chase, Bloomberg View columnist and author (“Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World”), reveals today’s missed opportunity at the Dimon hearing.

The Romney campaign goes silent on cutting teachers, firefighters and police.  Michael will show us exactly why Romney stopped talking and then get reaction from Mayor R.T. Rybak (D-Minneapolis), Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee

Could prejudice cost President Obama the election in November?  A controversial new study on racism in America says it could happen.  Ari Melber, Correspondent for The Nation, will join Michael for analysis.

President Obama is taking his jobs plan to the people again and Republicans can’t stand it.  The Big Panel – Jimmy Williams, Former Democratic Senate Staffer and msnbc Contributor, Krystal Ball, Democratic Strategist and Former Candidate for U.S. Congress, and Guy Benson, Townhall’s Political Editor – takes on the Republican sabotage of the American economy.  

Former Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning reveals how his state’s latest voter purge fiasco was mismanaged from the start.

And a mafia icon has died of – natural causes.  In tonight’s Big Finish, Michael looks back at the life of mobster-turned-informant (and the inspiration for the movie Goodfellas), Henry Hill, with Vito Colucci, private detective and former undercover organized crime investigator.

It’s going to be yet another packed @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

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'ED Show' playbook: Wed., June 13

Updated