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Rep. Heck: GOP tax bill "Robin Hood in reverse"

Rep. Heck: GOP tax bill "Robin Hood in reverse"

12/17/17 04:14PM

Congressman Denny Heck speaks with Alex about his opposition to the Republican tax bill. Then he comments on the latest political jousting that has pit Republican representatives in Congress against special counsel Bob Mueller. watch

Fmr. prosecutor on Mueller criticism: He works "by the book"

Special counsel obtains Trump transition team documents

12/17/17 03:45PM

After special counsel Robert Mueller's lawyers acquired documents from the Trump transition team, a spokesman for the team alleged that Mueller obtained them improperly. Former federal prosecutor Chuck Rosenberg looks at whether these complaints are justified, or simply political. watch

Alksne: W.H. feels pressure that "indictments are coming"

White House and Republicans ramp up attacks on Mueller's probe

12/16/17 04:03PM

As new reporting reveals that Jared Kushner is seeking to retain a crisis PR firm amid a swirling and enveloping Russia probe, President Trump remains firm in his proclamation of innocence. Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne discusses the implications of these new developments. watch

Republican Congressman Leonard Lance: I'm a "no" on tax bill

Republican Leonard Lance a "no" on his party's tax bill

12/16/17 03:47PM

The GOP's new tax plan dramatically limits one's ability to deduct state and local taxes on their federal returns. This is a bridge too far for Republican Congressman Leonard Lance. Worried that his constituents would owe more in federal taxes, and that the plan would add too much to the debt, Lance plans to vote "no." watch

Rep. Charlie Dent: So far "I like what I see" in GOP tax plan

Charlie Dent bullish on GOP tax cut proposal

12/16/17 03:00PM

Rep. Charlie Dent believes that with the Republican plan to revamp the tax system, they can bring the code into the 21st century. While Dent notes some drawbacks in his colleagues' proposal - such as the repeal of the individual mandate - he believes that as the public learns more about the bill they'll see the beneficial aspects. watch

Fmr. Prosecutor: "Too little too late" for Flynn to be shielded from Mueller probe

Trump not ready to discuss Flynn pardon, "yet"

12/16/17 02:18PM

President Trump launched multiple new invectives against the FBI, and left open a discussion about a prospective pardon for Michael Flynn. Steven Mulroy and Bobby Chacon consider the implications at this new stage of the Russia probe. watch

Rep. Dingell: "We cannot use taxpayer money" to fund congressional harassment settlements

Rep. Dingell presses for harassment reforms in Congress

12/10/17 05:49PM

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell speaks with Alex Witt about the urgent need for improvements in how Congress handles sexual misconduct allegations. She calls for both parties to step up and address the problematic members within their caucuses. watch

Rep. Lawrence: "The president has a long way to go" on civil rights

Rep. Brenda Lawrence excoriates Trump's civil rights record

12/10/17 05:15PM

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence describes President Trump's inauguration of new civil rights museums in Mississippi as "the most sedated speech" she's heard in a long time, adding that she felt it was "almost uncomfortable" for him to read it. Lawrence sits down with Alex Witt and offers her assessment of President... watch

Ambassador Nikki Haley: Trump’s accusers ‘should be heard’

Ambassador Nikki Haley: Trump’s accusers ‘should be heard’

12/10/17 04:40PM

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that the women who accused President Donald Trump of sexual impropriety have a right to be heard. “The Bill Press Show” host Bill Press and “Bold” founder Carrie Sheffield weigh in on what this could mean for Trump’s future. watch

Peter Baker: "Television on when he goes to sleep. Television's on when he gets up."

Sweeping new report reveals inner-workings of Trump's White House

12/10/17 01:54PM

A wide-ranging new report from The New York Times dives deep into President Trump's daily routine inside the White House. Television, diet cokes, and tweets abound. One of the report's authors, Peter Baker, joins Alex Witt for a fascinating look inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. watch


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