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More women come forward to accuse Roy Moore

More women come forward to accuse Roy Moore

11/15/17 11:17PM

Roy Moore says he won't quit the Senate race even as more accusers come forward. Republicans continue to dodge discussions of how to avoid swearing in a Senator accused of assaulting a 14-year-old. David Frum, Joyce Vance and Shelby Holliday join Ari Melber. watch

Trump biographer: Trump deeply would like...

Trump biographer: Trump deeply would like to be a dictator

11/14/17 11:14PM

Tony Schwartz co-wrote "The Art of the Deal" with Donald Trump and he thinks the thought of starting World War III excites Trump. Schwartz also contributed to the new book, "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump." He joins Joy Reid to discuss the mental stability of the President. watch

Roy Moore: 'New rights' in 1965, and today...

Roy Moore: 'New rights' in 1965, and today we've got a problem

11/14/17 11:14PM

Roy Moore says today we have a problem after "new rights" were created in 1965, which is the year the Voting Rights Act was passed. Moore also claims Christians like him are "under persecution." Rev. Dr. William Barber says nothing Moore stands for is "Christian." watch

Lawrence on the courage of Roy Moore’s...

Lawrence on the courage of Roy Moore’s accusers

11/13/17 11:15PM

GOP Senate leaders abandoned Roy Moore on the day another woman came forward to speak against him. Beverly Young Nelson says he sexually assaulted her at age 16 and she was moved to speak by the courage of the women who told their stories to the Washington Post. watch

Where will the excuses end for the GOP?

Where will the excuses end for the GOP?

11/10/17 11:19PM

Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post says the Republicans must stop making excuses for bad and even criminal behavior just because it is done by Republicans. Jennifer Rubin, David Frum and former prosecutor Barbara McQuade join Lawrence O'Donnell. watch

Lawrence on Moore: "I don't recall" is not...

Lawrence on Moore: "I don't recall" is not good enough

11/10/17 11:16PM

Roy Moore denies molesting a 14-year-old when he was 32, but when pressed about other encounters he may have had with teenage girls, he says he doesn't remember. Lawrence O'Donnell says that defense is not good enough and asks what GOP leadership will do about it. watch

Ex-GOP Rep. Jolly: Judge Roy Moore owes us...

Ex-GOP Rep. Jolly: Judge Roy Moore owes us answers tonight

11/09/17 11:24PM

Some Republicans gave halting concern about child molestation allegations against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore but former GOP Rep. David Jolly says Republicans must demand answers from Judge Moore. Jolly and Ron Klain joins Lawrence O'Donnell. watch

Roy Moore remains silent after allegations...

Roy Moore remains silent after allegations of sexual assault

11/09/17 11:18PM

Roy Moore has issued a written denial but he has not publicly spoken a single word about the sexual allegations against him. Lawrence O'Donnell talks to Joyce Vance and Daniel Day about how voters should evaluate Roy Moore's candidacy in light of the new reporting. watch

Lawrence asks McConnell: What will you do...

Lawrence asks McConnell: What will you do about Roy Moore?

11/09/17 11:10PM

Roy Moore is accused of sexually molesting a 14-year-old when he was a 32-year-old assistant District Attorney. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says if the allegations are true, Moore should leave the race. But Lawrence O'Donnell says that isn't good enough. watch

What the Democratic wins in 2017 mean for...

What the Democratic wins in 2017 mean for Republicans in 2018

11/08/17 11:26PM

Stuart Stevens, a senior Romney campaign aide, says election night wins for Democrats are the clearest sign yet they have more energy and drive than Republicans, and it's likely to keep building into 2018. John Heilemann and David Frum also join Lawrence O'Donnell. watch

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Lawrence O’Donnell brings his extraordinary background in politics and entertainment to “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” airing weeknights on MSNBC. Drawing upon his experience as a former chief of staff on the Senate Finance Committee and as an Emmy-winning executive producer and writer of “The West Wing,” O’Donnell gives the last word and rewrites the most compelling stories of the day.

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