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Trump gets "exceptionally" clean bill of health

Trump gets "exceptionally" clean bill of health

01/13/18 02:39PM

Dr. John Torres breaks down the report from President Trump's first physical exam while in office. Only a brief summary of the report was released by the White House so far, is this keeping in line with past presidents? Dr. Torres explains what we learned. watch

Chang: Sanctions prompting North Korea to open dialogue with South

North Koreans reactivate defunct hotline with South Korea

01/07/18 03:16PM

In advance of the 2018 Olympic Games, North Korea reestablished a previously neglected hotline with South Korea in order to discuss their potential participation in this year's Olympic Games. Are these talks a proxy for broader diplomatic dialogue? North Korea expert Gordon Chang weighs in. watch

Troll Panel: Are we prepared for Russian midterm meddling?

Troll Panel: Are we prepared for Russian midterm meddling?

01/07/18 03:04PM

New reports continue to unravel Russia's complicated and still-undefined role in our presidential elections. How prepared are we for the midterm campaigns just getting underway? Alex and her panel consider just how vulnerable our election infrastructure still is to undue influence. watch

Rep. Yarmuth on Trump's intellect and border wall demands

Rep. Yarmuth on Trump's intellect and border wall demands

01/07/18 02:49PM

In an unexpected defense from the podium, President Trump reviewed his educational pedigree that, he believes, supports his claims of mental stability and intelligence. Congressman John Yarmuth reports on his interview with a psychiatrist who analyzed President Trump's public behavior. Then, Yarmuth blasts Trump's border wall demands. watch

LaHood on infrastructure repair: "America is one big pothole"

Republicans set to tackle major infrastructure projects

01/07/18 02:37PM

As the GOP swept their tax cut package through Congress, the next item on the agenda is likely to feature a significant infrastructure package. Former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood offers his take on how Republicans should approach these fixes to our decaying roads and bridges, and whether or not the plan could involve bipartisan efforts. watch

How could the 25th amendment be invoked?

How could the 25th amendment be invoked?

01/07/18 02:23PM

Recent proclamations from President Trump have suggested, to some in the media and Congress, that his mental stability may be a cause for concern. Former federal prosecutor Steven Mulroy describes what the process of implementing the 25th amendment would look like. watch

Dr. Peterson: "This president behaves himself like a child at times"

Trump says he's "like, really smart" and a "very stable genius"

01/06/18 02:56PM

Amid much-publicized concern over the president's mental stability, Trump took to Twitter to offer a glowing self-evaluation. According to Trump, "mental stability" is in fact one of his greatest assets. Alex and her panel weigh into this curious new proclamation from America's commander in chief. watch

Bertrand: Trump tweet "clearly an attempt to undermine" Mueller's probe

Senate Republicans make criminal referral about Dossier author

01/06/18 02:46PM

Senators Graham and Grassley have referred Dossier author Christopher Steele to the Justice Dep't for possible criminal charges. Why are Republicans seizing on the sources and methods of the Russia inquiry and not the intel itself? Natasha Bertrand takes us inside this alleged GOP campaign to discredit the probe. watch

Rep. Meeks: Republicans giving up "institutions of the United States" for politics

Rep. Gregory Meeks lashes out at GOP for partisan maneuvers

01/06/18 02:39PM

At the close of 2017, Republicans managed to pass a sweeping tax overhaul without input from their Democratic colleagues. Congressman Gregory Meeks believes the GOP is dismantling so-called "regular order" at the expense of our democratic institutions. watch

Whipple: "On day one," Trump White House had "no idea what they were doing"

Chris Whipple on fallout from "Fire and Fury" book

01/06/18 02:33PM

A new book purports severe dysfunction inside Pres. Trump's White House. Chris Whipple, who chronicled the inner-workings of 17 different presidential administrations, examines the cause of what reports often refer to as "chaos" in the Trump administration. watch

Figliuzzi: FBI's Russia inquiry started as a "counter-intel probe"

Fmr. FBI official under Bob Mueller dissects Papadopoulos report

12/31/17 03:11PM

A New York Times report places former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos at the cross-section of many different avenues of the Russia probe: opposition research; intel; foreign contacts. Frank Figliuzzi argues that this report suggests the FBI's inquiry has taken on the quality of a "counter-intel" operation. watch

Lindsey Graham to Trump on Iran: "You just can't tweet here"

Trump tweets praise Iranian protesters, antagonize leaders

12/31/17 03:02PM

President Trump sent out several tweets in support of the Iranians demonstrating against corruption and economic inequality. Michael McFaul looks at whether or not Trump is undercutting his message by stirring the pot in a country where he is deeply unpopular. watch


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