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Sen. Boxer: Trump goes so low

Sen. Boxer: Trump goes so low

10/19/16 02:49PM

Just hours ahead of the final presidential debate and voters are wondering how Donald Trump is planning to ruffle his often placid opponent. Senator Barbara Boxer of California joins MSNBC's Thomas Roberts to weigh in. watch

‘Trump is innocent until proven guilty’

Trump supporter: He ‘is innocent until proven guilty’

10/18/16 02:23PM

The Co-Founder of the Women Vote Trump PAC, Amy Kremer, joins MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts to weigh in on why she believes voters should not base their vote on Natasha Stoynoff’s story and the other similar accusations of sexual misconduct made against Donald Trump. watch

Six witnesses corroborate Stoynoff’s story

Six witnesses corroborate Stoynoff’s story

10/18/16 02:05PM

After the publication of Natasha Stoynoff’s story in People’s magazine, six witnesses came forward and confirmed the writer’s claim of sexual misconduct made by Donald Trump. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren joins MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts to discuss. watch

Civilians leave as forces move towards Mosul

Civilians leave as forces move towards Mosul

10/18/16 01:46PM

As the Iraqi and Kurdish forces make their way towards Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, civilians are packing their bags and leaving nearby villages. NBC’s Richard Engel joins MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson weigh in on the operation to fight ISIS. watch

Will the ‘voter fraud’ rhetoric help Trump...

Will the ‘voter fraud’ rhetoric help Trump win?

10/18/16 01:37PM

A Loyola University study found only 31 cases of potential voter fraud out of one billion votes from 2000 to 2014. Is it dangerous then for Donald Trump to keep pushing the rhetoric of a rigged system without proof? The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart joins MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson to analyze whether this strategy can help Trump win the... watch

Dean: State Dept. allegations are 'nothing'

Dean: State Dept. allegations are 'nothing'

10/17/16 02:46PM

Former Governor Howard Dean, D-Vt., addresses allegations of “quid pro quo” between the State Department and FBI in regards to the investigation of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s emails. watch

What's ahead for Paul Ryan?

What's ahead for Paul Ryan?

10/14/16 02:24PM

Following Paul Ryan expressing his disapproval of Donald Trump, the House Speaker is focusing on uniting his party. Politico's Jake Sherman joins MSNBC's Thomas Roberts to explain. watch

Kofinis: ‘Trump campaign has a serious...

Kofinis: ‘Trump campaign has a serious problem’

10/14/16 01:38PM

The Trump campaign responds to the new allegations made against Trump, denying the claim that he groped a woman at a nightclub in the early 1990s. Democratic Strategist Chris Kofinis joins MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson to discuss why fighting off the accusations is not going to help Trump in the last stretch of the race. watch

New allegations: Trump ‘groped me’ at a club

New allegations: Trump ‘groped me’ at a club

10/14/16 01:29PM

The Washington Post published a new allegation against Trump, where he allegedly groped a woman at a nightclub in the early 1990s. The Washington Post’s Karen Tumuly joins MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson to weigh in on the new accusation. watch

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